Brand: Speer 1241
The .25 caliber rifle has seen a resurgence in popularity over the last few years, and manufacturers have stepped up production of both loaded ammunition and reloading components to meet the demand.
Nearly 40 years ago, Speer developed a process to improve rifle bullet integrity and called it Hot-Cor. Hot-Cor means that the lead core is poured into the jacket while molten. This virtually eliminates the core slippage so common to bullets assembled with a cold lead slug.
Speer uses the Hot-Cor process today on all of their flat-base big game bullets. It makes a great bullet, with the penetration and expansion needed for larger game. Available in a variety of nose profiles in calibers from 24 (6mm) to 458.
Specifications and Features:
25 Spitzer SP-soft point
Weight: 87 grains
Ballistic coefficient: 0.300
Box Count: 100
Note: These are component bullets, not loaded ammunition.