Remington Premier AccuTip

Remington Premier AccuTip

Remington's AccuTips have a great reputation for producing quick kills and tend to be very accurate in a lot of rifles, and now they're available to hand-loaders.

Their high ballistic coefficient means they hold velocity well, and they expand abruptly on impact--making them an excellent choice for long shots.


Available in popular weights for most calibers. (800-243-9700)


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