30 Remington AR offers 125-grain Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point and Premier Accu-Tip Boat Tail hunting bullets that develop 2,800 fps velocity and 2,176 ft/lbs of energy from Remington R-15 AR15-platform rifles.
What does PSP stand for?
PSP stands for Pointed Soft Point (bullet)
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350 Rem Mag with those of Remington's 180-grain Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point loading for the .
223 WSSM is available with a 55grain Ballistic Silvertip in the Supreme line, and the 55-grain Pointed Soft Point and 64-grain Power-Point in the Super-X line.
243 WSSM is initially available in three bullet types, the 55-grain Ballistic Silvertip in the Supreme line, and the 55-grain Pointed Soft Point and 64-grain Power-Point in the Super-X line.
308 Winchester, sporting a muzzle velocity of 2,860 fps with Remington's 140-grain pointed soft point bullet, and a muzzle energy of 2,542 ft/lbs.