Barnes Tipped TSX Bullet

Barnes Tipped TSX Bullet

The new Barnes Tipped Triple-Shock X Bullet is a higher ballistic coefficient version of the famous Triple-Shock X. This is an all-copper, lead-free bullet with multiple grooves cut into the shank to reduce pressure and increase accuracy.

Designed to expand instantly on contact, the bullet blossoms into four copper petals to double the original diameter with 99 percent weight retention. Tipped TSX Bullets are available in 6mm, .257, .270, 7mm, .30 and .338 calibers.


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