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Remington .25-06 Rem 120 Grain CoreLokt PSP 20 Round Box

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Remington has every angle covered when it comes to hunting ammo. This example, in .25-06 Remington, is loaded with a 120 grain Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point bullet which it launches at 2990 fps. It is an excellent choice for hunting white tail deer or eliminating predators.

Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point - Spitzer shape profile for improved velocity and flatter trajectory. Bullet cores are mechanically locked in place to provide deep penetration. Jackets designed for progressive, reliable expansion to almost twice the original diameter.

Muzzle velocity: 2990 fps
Velocity at 100 yards: 2730 fps
Velocity at 200 yards: 2484 fps
Muzzle energy: 2382 ft/lbs
Energy at 100 yards: 1985 ft/lbs
Energy at 200 yards: 1644 ft/lbs

Price is per 20 round box.


Item#: 6-0300408,66168,2-REMR25063,7-AR25063,3-0300408
Total number of Reviews: 3

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4.0 5
"This is one of the best ammo I have shot through my gun. It is always on target. Also, it isn't as expensive as any other type of ammo yet still produces the same reliability and accuracy as the expensive ammunition. So, try it out. I'm pretty sure you will be pleased with the performance of this bullet."
– Ethan Cox
4.0 5
"This is one greatest balanced rounds for expansion to penetration. I took a 10pt buck at a dead run with a neck shot. The buck never took another step before it hit the ground. Entry wound was almost invisible, but on the exit side of the neck it took out about a 6in diameter of the hide."
– Andrew Krebs
5.0 5
"This round did not settle down in my Ruger Hawkeye as well as I had hoped. I did get 1 1/2 inch groups at 100 yards but I know with other bullets it will do better than half that. Shot a few deer with them and never recovered a bullet and furthest shot was 150 yards. Will keep shooting them till the box is out then go back to the drawing board and try something else."
– yankeedeerslayer