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6.8 Western Ammo Winchester 170 Grain Hollow Point Boat Tail
6.8 Western Ammo Winchester Match ammunition is loaded with the highest quality components under the strictest tolerances to produce consistent, accurate ammunition for competition shooters. Trusted by hunters for many years, Winchester ammunition is now becoming more available to the match shooter. Sierra MatchKing bullets have very thin jackets and are held to exacting tolerances in diameter and weight. These hollow point boat tail bullets have a small meplat to produce a higher ballistic coefficient. Their accuracy has been acclaimed worldwide and they have been used to win more target competitions than all target bullets from other manufacturers combined. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.
Made In the United States of America
6.8 western ammo Specifications
Product Information winchester ammo
|Grain Weight||170 Grains|
|Configuration||(10 Boxes of 20)|
|Muzzle Velocity||2910 Feet Per Second|
|Muzzle Energy||3196 Foot Pounds|
|Bullet Style||Jacketed Hollow Point|
|Bullet Brand And Model||Sierra MatchKing|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
|Shipping Weight||14.500 Pounds|
where to buy 6.8 western ammo?
Winchester 6.8 Western, long-range Rifle Ammo designed to generate more energy than the popular 6.5 Creedmoor but less recoil than 300 WSM. To create the new .277-caliber cartridge, Winchester partnered with Browning. Together, they paired magnum power with a bullet tip with a high BC. In the end, you get a round ideal for any big-game hunting.
6.8 western ammos for sale. Given the nature of the design, 6.8 Western ammos works best when the bullet weighs somewhere between 165 and 175 grains. On paper, a 6.8 Western bullet weighing 160 grains has a muzzle velocity of around 3,000 feet per second. Extending the range out to 500 yards, velocity still measures around 2,000 fps. Get ready for long-range hunting with 6.8 Western. Stock up today!
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