Developed by Alaskan hunters with more than 30 years individual experience taking tough game animals, Kodiak Super Premium Bonded Core bullets are designed for deep penetration with positive expansion and maximum weight retention, while still delivering excellent expansion at extreme hunting ranges.
Jackets are internally tapered to promote bullet expansion at reduced velocity (long range).
Jackets are reinforced in the bearing area to sustain the heavy impact of close range hits.
Jackets are precision drawn to bench-rest tolerances.
The lead alloy core is fusion-bonded to the jacket to create a bullet that is virtually blow-up proof at close range.
Gilding metal jackets produce less fouling than those made with pure copper.
Superior jacket design and bonded core construction combine to produce lethal wound channels in lesser as well as heavy game.
Kodiak Super Premium Bonded Core Bullets combine the performance characteristics of a premium hunting bullet with the physical characteistics of a conventional jacketed lead bullet. This means you get...
Deep penetration in dense tissue. High weight retention that averages more than 90% of the original bullet weight.
A bullet that obturates (upsets) on impact with the rifling in your barrel to form a tight seal, thus minimizing the gas blow-by and premature throat erosion often attendant with monolithic and sold-base bullets.
Less copper fouling than occurs with bullets made of pure copper.
Controlled expansion at all normal hunting ranges. Expansion you can rely on. Expansion that is double the bullet's caliber.
A bullet that handloads and shoots like any other conventional jacketed bullet. One you can shoot in your favorite rifle using your pet loads. A bullet that doesn't reduce cartridge case capacity like a monolithic bullet will. One that has a length comparable to the bullets used to design the twist of your barrel's rifling.
A bullet that groups in the general target area of other conventional jacketed lead-core bullets, thus minimizing the dramatic sight adjustments commonly required whenever monolithic bullets are used.