380 winchester ammo


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308 win mag

308 win mag has developed a reputation as being hard hitting and reliable. This ammunition is loaded with Super-X Power-Points which feature a unique, exposed soft nose jacketed bullet design that delivers maximum energy on target. Strategically-placed notches around the jacket mouth improve upset and ensure uniform expansion for massive energy release. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.

Before you sue me because Winchester supposedly formulated the 308 from the 300 Savage, consider that the Savage, concocted in 1920, appears to wear the same rim diameter as the 30-06 (.473”.) . And we know which of those two came first. Thus but the 30-06 is itself suspiciously similar to the 7×57 Mauser of 1892 (.473” rim) which has the same rim diameter as the 308 Winchester of 1952.The truth of all these case designs is that they use the basic dimension at the heart of the 7x57mm . And merely go long and short from there, changing body tapers, shoulder angles, neck lengths, and case lengths


. Hardly matters whether they started squeezing and stretching from one case or another. But, if we want to be historically accurate, the 308 Winchester emerged from the U.S. military’s T65 project at Frankford Arsenal in the late 1940s. Engineers were testing the 300 Savage as a possible replacement for the 30-06.Hence they wanted an efficient auto-loading cartridge shorter than the 30-06 for weight and space savings, yet with sufficient terminal performance to effect the same end. Usually the 300 Savage case seemed to deliver the goods, but engineers didn’t like its taper.

They discovered they could easily eliminate it by starting with the straighter-walled 30-06 and shortening it. And so I guess Winchester and other ammo makers were privy to this information and perhaps even contributors to the developments. Rather than wait around for the red tape to run out, they grabbed the new, short 30-06 case and introduced it as the civilian 308 Winchester in 1952. Thus NATO finally accepted it as the 7.62x51mm NATO in 1954 but the U.S. Finally military waited until 1957 before adopting it in the M14. Hardly seemed worth the trouble because it was upstaged by the pipsqueak 5.56x45mm (223 Rem.) and the M16 (AR-15 platform) just five to seven years later.

Super-X Power-Point ammunition offers a unique exposed soft nose jacketed bullet design that delivers maximum energy on target. Hence Strategically placed notches around the jacket mouth improve upset performance and ensure uniform expansion for massive energy release.


  • Proven Accuracy
  • High Velocity
  • Maximum Impact
  • Rapid Controlled Expansion


  • Caliber: 308 Winchester
  • Bullet Weight: 150 gr
  • Bullet Type: Power Point
  • Muzzle Velocity: 2820 fps
  • Quantity: 20 Rounds per box


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