Total Metal Jacketed Flat Point. Many "jacketed" bullets have some lead exposed- usually at the base. TMJ wraps all of the bullet in jacketing metal. This can reduce leading of barrels, and airborne lead (indoor shooting ranges)
Basically, jacketed, semi-jacketed, lead, in the following types: round nose, wadcutter, semi-wadcutter, hollow point, flat base, boat tail. as well as high velocity and soft points, as well as copper tipped HV rounds.
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