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No Bi-Metal Ammo at range?

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Bi-metal jacketed ammo - When the bullet itself has a bi-metal casing.  Generally means that instead of straight up copper jacket, it has some other metals in it - generally steel.  that can damage the backstop... or it could be hiding an actual steel core bullet that will definitely damage the backstop.

It's generally not an issue except with cheap steel cased ammo and 7.62x39.

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