lead bullet

lead bullet

[′led ′bu̇l·ət]
(ordnance)
In small-arms ammunition, a bullet composed of lead or of a composition with a high percentage of lead.
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Hunter Match ammunition combines the hollow-core version of the lead bullet found in Gold Medal Match HV ammo with a nickel-plated case for smooth, reliable feeding.
A: Payton Miller shot some .22 LR Aguila Super Sniper Subsonic with a 60-grain lead bullet with good results in his Model 63 S&W (see Rimfire column this issue), so you might find a 55-grain lead bullet shoots OK in the Jet.
outside-lubricated, heel-type lead bullet with a muzzle velocity of 680 fps.
Caption: More than 400 lead bullet fragments were found in a deer gut pile.
A good portion of the rationalization for its introduction came with its "moderate" lead bullet factory load meant for police use.
* Scharfe-Patrone M/47--(a.k.a Zundnadel-patrone) was a combustible paper cartridge containing a 13.6 mm lead bullet encased in a papier-mache collar known as a Treibspiegel, which had a hollow in its base containing a pellet of priming compound.
For the .357 Magnum, you can simply jump to the cartridge-standard 158-grain lead bullet, stuff it in the case over 4.2 grains of Bullseye, and be done.
"Animals that scavenge on carcasses shot and contaminated with lead bullet fragments, or wading birds that ingest spent lead-shot pellets or lost fishing weights mistaking them for food or grit, can die a painful death from lead poisoning, while others suffer for years from its debilitating effects," reports CBD.
The North Dakota Department of Health says "the most certain way of avoiding lead bullet fragments in wild game is to hunt with non-lead bullets."
The outside of a lead bullet corrodes into a white, crusty mineral called hydrocerrusite, which dissolves in water seeping through the ground after a rain.
He said the man's only wounds were small puncture holes caused by the barbs and were it not for the taser option the man might have been shot with a lead bullet.
A lead bullet and a common wasp were chosen as specimens because these are representative of difficult cases for radiography by traditional methods with either x rays or neutrons.