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I was at the range about a month ago I found this then last week I found another one can anyone tell me what it is?
 

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This? As in picture!?
 

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Its a Smurf bullet!!:)
 

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lizardfire11 said:
I was at the range about a month ago I found this then last week I found another one can anyone tell me what it is?
Maybe this will actually help.....

Herter's Select-Grade TNJ Handgun Ammunition
By replacing costly brass cases and copper jackets with aluminum and nylon, USA-made Herter’s aluminum-case handgun ammunition keeps cost down while preserving clean-shooting reliability and accuracy. Sized to incredibly precise tolerances, the nonreloadable, aircraft-grade aluminum cases cycle smoothly. Premium-quality, round-nose lead bullets are coated with a Total Nylon Jacket (TNJ) to replace expensive copper jackets. TNJ bullets are inherently accurate, and cycle fluidly through semiautomatics. As an added benefit, TNJ bullets eliminate hard-to-remove copper and lead fouling. Made in USA.
 

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What's Old is New Again to Some

Those are slippery vest-piercing "cop-killer" bullets that don't get rifling marks to be traced. Guess no-one here is familiar with Federal's Nyclad rounds (that actually just didn't sell very well)...
 

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Interesting! I had not heard of the Smurf bullets, probably about anatomically correct for a three-apple-tall critter. :p
 
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