Then why do they use the term JACKET twice in that same paragraph?
I only quoted the one usage, but they also said:
"This virtually eliminates core-jacket separation"
Guess I always "assumed" that using the word JACKETED means it was jacketed, not plated.
But I did do a Google search, and see that everybody *is* saying it's a plated bullet. You would think someone in the bullet business would be able to use the appropriate terms appropriately.
Ron M. ('59 is my birth year)