Oryx belongs to a new generation of hunting bullets where the heart and sheath are chemically leaked together. The result is a bullet with new features. The carefully designed sheath, combined with the chemically soldered core, produces a bullet that does not fragment even in the largest bone hits, but that opens up strongly even when it hits soft tissues. Many hunters want a bullet that stays in one piece and does not fragment into the animal.
The tight tolerances of the sheath are absolutely excellent accuracy. The construction of the Oryx bullet allowed for a relatively thin shell. The strict requirements of the materials in terms of material, dimensioning and weight, together with the construction and the manufacturing process, guarantee superior accuracy. Hunting or shooting small and medium-sized animals into soft tissues requires a quick-opening bullet. This chemically produced structure, together with a thin metal sheath at its tip, works effectively.
As the use of silencers increase in popularity, we see more and more short barrels on the market. But what few people know is that a shorter barrel drastically reduces the effect and precision of the ammunition used. Standard rifle ammunition today is optimized for barrel lengths of 61 cm while many barrels today only measure around 50 cm. In reality this means that the difference in length makes it impossible for the load to fully burn out before the bullet leaves the muzzle, dramatically shortening the life of the silencer and reducing the effect of the ammunition.