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Frangible copper projectile.
An example of the element Copper

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Copper Frangible copper projectile
Frangible copper projectile.
This projectile was described as nearly pure copper with a bit of nylon to hold it together. "Frangible" means it's designed to fragment into thousands of little pieces on impact. This serves two purposes: Increasing damage to the target (i.e. makes a bigger hole) and limiting the danger of the projectile bouncing around in an enclosed space and hitting the shooter.
Source: Derek McKinley
Contributor: Derek McKinley
Acquired: 6 April, 2007
Text Updated: 6 April, 2007
Price: Donated
Size: 0.5"
Purity: >90%
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