2. It's lever-action approved! What good's a .30-30 if it isn't going to work in your favorite lever-action? Federal understood that, and took steps to ensure that the 150-grain bullet would be an all-copper hollow point projectile with a rounded polymer tip that's safe for feeding from a tubular magazine. Better yet, the cartridge is loaded to safe pressures for older .30-30 rifles. Feel free to break out Grandpa's old deer rifle.
3. It delivers on expansion. The copper-alloy construction retains up to 99 percent of its weight for deep penetration in an expanding bullet. Federal’s in-house tests at 100 yards out of a Marlin 336 produced an upset frontal diameter of about .55 inches.
4. It's lead-free. Just in case the "Trophy Copper" moniker didn't give it away, this is a lead-free design.
5. It's versatile. Federal loaded the cartridge with a very temperature-stable propellant, so you should be able to count on it, regardless of what the weather's doing. The bullet's boat tail is meant to ensure better long-range accuracy. The polymer tip is there to increase ballistic coefficient, but, as I noted, has been rounded to maintain lever-action safety.