Monolithic Solid Bullets. By Brandon Butschek MEEN 3344 Material Science. What is a Monolithic Solid Bullet?. It is a bullet that is made to travel in a straight path inside an animal. It is a copper alloy. It is approximately 61.5% copper, 35% zinc 0.5% tin, and 3% lead.
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