Lehigh Defense High Velocity Close Quarters Ammo is a light-weight, high-velocity round. The 79 grain bullets have an aluminum core which allows smooth feeding in the weapon and barrier blind entry. Around this core is a pre-stressed jacket with petals that flair out and separate on impact. This design makes for a round that transfers all its energy and creates massive trauma in the first 18" of fluid.
This is loaded ammunition.
Caliber: .308 Winchester
Weight: 79 gr.
Bullet: Jacketed Aluminum Core
Velocity: 3475 fps
Energy: 2119 ft. lbs.
Base Penetration: 18.0 in.
Petal Penetration: 12.0 in.
About the Manufacturer:
Lehigh Defense is a Pennsylvania based lead free bullet and ammunition manufacturer best known for their Xtreme Penetrator pistol rounds. Their other product lines include; Controlled Chaos, Controlled Fracturing and Maximum Expansion Hollow Points, Match Solids and more. In addition to unique bullet designs, Lehigh Defense utilizes brass, copper and aluminum to get the exact performance they desire out of each of their rounds.
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