This Winchester 308 Win cartridge from the Deer Season XP series of ammunition is made to do exactly what you’d expect it to: anchor a large buck before it even considers running away. But how does that enormous polymer tip contribute to this round’s deer hunting effectiveness?
The 150 grain Extreme Point is a projectile with good ballistic performance. It has outstanding in-flight stability and precision thanks to its large diameter polymer tip, streamlined profile, and flat base. It also has the necessary velocity to impact a 300-yard target with 1550 ft lbs of energy, which will easily knock an elk over.
And the Extreme Point makes excellent use of a tremendous amount of energy. Its exceptionally wide polymer tip causes a rapid rate of expansion, which is made even more destructive by the bullet’s dense lead alloy core and highly tapered jacket. Whether your target is standing at a medium or long distance, you can rely on the Extreme Point’s powerful knockdown ability.
This is brand-new American ammo that is loaded with superior brass, non-corrosive primers, and propellant that doesn’t cause gunk to build up. You may see for yourself by trying a box that bigger is really better when it comes to polymer tips.
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