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Winchester Power Max 270 Win 130 Grain PHP 20 Round Box

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Winchester Power Max Bonded is specifically designed for hunting large thin skinned game or small predators. This particular load features a bonded protected hollow point bullet which is designed to give you excellent expansion with extremely high bullet weight retention. A byproduct of both the expansion and weight retention is the incredible knockdown power that this bonded projectile can create. That ballistic advantage can be the difference between a successful hunt and going home empty handed. Select Winchester Power Max Bonded for your next hunt!

.270 Winchester
130 Grain Bonded protected hollow point bullet
Brass Cased
Muzzle velocity: 3060 fps
Velocity at 100 yards: 2779 fps
Velocity at 200 yards: 2515 fps
Muzzle energy: 2702 ft/lbs
Energy at 100 yards: 2229 ft/lbs
Energy at 200 yards: 1826 ft/lbs
Uses: Hunting Large Thin Skinned Game such as White Tail, Mule Deer, and Antelope or Wild Hog

20 rounds per box. To buy a full case, order 10 boxes.

Ammo price is per box.


Item#: 57948
Total number of Reviews: 4

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2.0 5
"If you are looking for ammo to use for deer hunting then this is not it. There are several problems with this product and I\uFFFDm going to address each one. First: it doesn\uFFFDt seem like any of the ammo manufacturers advertise their ammo as being ballistic tip. Some do but not enough. They all use different terms to describe the same thing, a hollow point bullet with a plastic tip. Some call them plastic tips, some call them polymer points, and I figured Winchester calling these protected hollow points amounted to the same thing. I was wrong; these are just regular old hollow point bullets. I\uFFFDll have to try again to get what I want. Second problem: the trajectory of these rounds are nuts. I sighted in my rifle at 200 yards and was making 3 inch groups at that distance with FMJ rounds. Just switching to these caused me to barely keep it on paper at the same distance. I have used hollow points in this gun before and I\uFFFDve never had my shots thrown off this bad. I then used the last 3 rounds I had left to use in some poor man's ballistics gel (lots of wet phone books) to see how they expanded. Maybe that would be their saving grace. But it wasn\uFFFDt. One went completely through 8 phone books and i never found it. The other 2 penetrated 6 and they didn\uFFFDt expand, they exploded. The mess in the last few books looked like I had hit them with some number four out of a 410 at close range. That is the only impressive thing about these rounds. But the poor trajectory and confusing name are more than enough to rate 2 bullets. I would give less but they did all go bang at least."
5.0 5
"I love this ammo. It is more than accurate enough for my needs and man does it leave devastating wounds. It is the only round in this caliber I'll use."
5.0 5
"Great bullet for whitetails. It is the tightest grouping round that I've tried in my 270win. and my 30-06. I have killed around 10 deer with these bullets and only had two that ran about 10 yrds. The others dropped in there tracks."
5.0 5
"Shooting a Tika T3 Light .270 and 7 years ago, I used 10 of these to sight in my new scope and ended up with a 3 shot group I could cover with a dime. 7 years and 7 deer later I still have 3 shots left in that box, I shot one kill. For me been a excellent performer year after year. I wont even try another bullet!"