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Winchester Supreme .270 Win 130 Grain Silvertip 20 Rnd Box

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Winchester's Ballistic Silvertip rifle ammunition features the legendary Nosler Ballistic Silvertip Combined Technology bullet. Nosler's proven Ballistic Tip bullet was combined with Winchester's revolutionary Lubalox coating and results in the best possible internal ballistics, and terminal ballistic performance.

Winchester Supreme Centerfire Rifle Ammunition stands as the most technologically advanced line of centerfire rifle ammunition in history - a history 127 years in the making. In 1873, less than a decade after the Civil War and when Westward expansion was in full gallop, Winchester introduced the first successful centerfire cartridge: the .44 WCF (.44-40). Designed for double duty in both rifles and handguns, this is the cartridge that won the west. And to hunters and sportsmen wanting the ultimate ammunition for any big-game need, Winchester has been delivering ever since.

3050 fps at muzzle
2828 fps at 100 yards
2618 fps at 200 yards
2416 fps at 300 yards
2224 fps at 400 yards
2040 fps at 500 yards
2685 ft/lbs. energy muzzle
2309 ft/lbs. at 100 yards
1978 ft/lbs. at 200 yards
1685 ft/lbs. at 300 yards
1428 ft/lbs. at 400 yards
1202 ft/lbs. at 500 yards

20 Rounds per box. To buy a full case, order 25 boxes.

Price is per box.


Item#: 67664
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"I am still trying to figure out how I came about purchasing this AMMO, reviews, on sale curiosity I can't remember. This ammo performed excellent in the field. I have a .270 7400 Remington Automatic. The first deer I killed was at 130 yds. The deer was hit behind the left shoulder and fell in its tracks like a sack of potato's. The round enter cracking the ribs and passing right behind the heart. The round didn't exit it performed to standard. I thought this maybe some kind of fluke or just a shooters moment. I was out two weeks later at 95 yds and another broadside shot presented itself. Once again right behind the shoulder and the deer didn't take another step fell in its tracks. If I wouldn't have seen it for myself I would have doubted it. The round performed exactly as it did on the first deer without exiting. I have killed deer with everything from a bow to a pistol. I have dropped plenty in their tracks at a close distance 30-50 yds. I have hit them up to 180yds with a 7mm MAG and seen them tarvel a couple of yds. But this is the first round that I have seen that drop deer in their tracks at that distance. I am definitely looking forward to trying them out on hogs and elk. Shot placement is of the utmost importance."