VRG-2: PURE COPPER SOLID –  for Big Bore bolt action and double rifles.

The SOLID COPPER bullet (VRG2) is designed for big-game backup hunting with bolt-action and double barrel-rifles that require a bullet with a soft touch. It consists of a softer solid mono-metal pure copper alloy with a short bearing surface, resulting in less barrel stress.  This is a platinum class solid copper bullet with a large meplat design – the ultimate dangerous game stopper. It will ensure a straight wound-channel with proper entry/exit holes for proper blood trails.   We understand that whilst hunting big and dangerous game survival often depends on quality equipment – the most critical part being the bullet.

VRG2 Copper “Non-Expanding Backup Bullet”

Dangerous game hunting and/or backup – A non expanding bullet.

  • VRG1 is a Brass bullet
  • VRG2 is a copper bullet and designed to be used in conjunction with VRG3 bullets.
  • Both VRG1 and VRG2 type bullets are ideal in a “backing-up” application with dangerous game hunting.
  • VRG2 and VRG3 bullets shoot exactly the same trajectory if loaded the same in charge and COL/TPL. They are designed to complement each other.
  • Due to the solid construction there will be no bending or fragmenting.
  • VRG1 and VRG2 bullets can also be used for normal hunting. Note: The Peregrine team recommends the use of VRG3 expanding bullets for normal hunting.
  • On-course penetration also through bone.
  • Large meplat for visible open-wound channel.
  • VRG1 available from 30 to 50 caliber
  • VRG2 available from .22 caliber up to 577NE

Big game rifles generate extreme pressures, when hunting in Africa at low altitudes in hot and humid conditions. The PEREGRINE™ bullet generates less pressures and less recoil – a life-saver! Due to its unique design, it outperforms its competitors by almost 50 ft/sec. in magnum rifles. It will neither deform nor deflect upon bone impact, staying on coarse – ultimately reaching the vitals. Actual tests were performed on thick-skinned and -boned animals throughout the upper- and lower velocity ranges. A straight wound channel with superior penetration was achieved and a 100% weight retention was measured at all times upon bullet recovery. All back-up/follow-up shots should be taken with mono-metal solids, without exception.

 

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