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Winchester Cowboy 44 S&W SPL 240 Grain FN 50 Round Box

 
Winchester
USA44CB
020892213593
67990
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$38.76
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Winchester Cowboy Loads are designed for cowboy action shooters who need high accuracy and consistent performance.

Winchester has set the world standard in superior handgun ammunition performance and innovation for more than a century. And to millions of hunters and shooters worldwide, the name "Winchester" means quality, performance and the most complete, versatile and high performance line of handgun ammunition in the world. In addition, for more than a century, Winchester has been the first to answer the call to arms by producing billions of rounds of small caliber ammunition for the United States military and its allies. So, no matter what the sport, game or circumstances, you can always depend on every handgun cartridge in the Winchester Ammunition line to perfom as promised.

Muzzle velocity: 750 fps.
Velocity at 50 yards: 719 fps.
Muzzle energy: 300 ft/lbs.
Energy at 50 yards: 275 ft/lbs.
Uses: Cowboy Action Shooting, Target Shooting.

Price is per 50 round box.

 

Item#: 67990
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"The price and name prompted me to purchase two boxes of this ammo. I have used Winchester ammo for many years. I have a Taurus Tracker .44 mag, and I prefer to shoot .44 Specials in it. I shot 20 rounds one afternoon and spent 2 whole days cleaning the lead fouling from the barrel! Now I have a box and a 1/2 of this stuff, and can't give it way, much less return it. The problem is that \"cowboy action\" rounds are made of very soft lead. And it ain't easy getting the lead fouling out of the barrel, I promise you. Anyone want a deal on this stuff?"