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Deer Season XP combines decades of Winchester experience into the perfect choice for deer hunting ammunition. Accuracy, combined with massive bullet impact performance means that Deer Season XP is a great choice for all deer hunters. The large diameter polymer tip accelerates bullet expansion for rapid trauma upon impact, while the streamlined ballistic profile optimizes the bullet’s downrange performance. This load was built specifically for deer hunting and taking down big bucks.
The ballistic profile of Winchester Extreme Point bullets provide improved downrange ballistics. The alloyed lead core is optimized for energy transfer and impact power. The contoured copper jacket has a tapered profile for rapid expansion and terminal penetration. A large diameter polymer tip accelerates bullet expansion for rapid trauma upon impact.
WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
• Cartridge: 308 Winchester
• Grain Weight: 150 Grains
• Quantity: 20 Rounds (1 pack), 100 rounds (5 packs)
• Muzzle Velocity: 2820 Feet Per Second
• Muzzle Energy: 2648 Foot Pounds
• Bullet Style: Polymer Tip
• Bullet Brand And Model: Winchester Extreme Point
• Lead Free: No
• Case Type: Brass
• Primer: Boxer
• Corrosive: No
• Reloadable: Yes
• G1 Ballistic Coefficient: 0.392
• Velocity Rating: Supersonic
• Country of Origin: United States of America
Purchase of this item requires a firearms licence, you will need to complete a Police Order Form and take it into your local police station to have it signed off. The form can be found from the link below.
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