All too many shooters leave their guns sitting in the safe until hunting season rolls around, at which point they haul them out, dust them off, and expect to fire prize-winning shots from ridiculous distances. The reality is that your hunting season will be far more successful and you’ll be able to get a clean kill from a greater distance if you get practice in outside the season – and, added bonus, it’s fun. In addition, getting a clean kill is a moral and ethical issue; no one wants to wound a deer and be forced to chase it down to finish it off. Get some range time in and you can be confident in your ability to get a clean kill. Of course, to do that you need a big box of ammunition, and that’s where Winchester comes in.
Winchester was founded in 1866 by Oliver Winchester, and if there’s one thing they know, it’s long guns. They first became famous for their lever-action, which became known as The Gun That Won the West, and over the years they’ve manufactured countless long guns for sport shooters and hunters alike. They’ve been manufacturing firearms and ammunition for almost 150 years, and in that time you could say they’ve learned a thing or two. Winchester is known for quality and performance and countless shooters reach for a box of Winchester first thing when they walk into a gun store.
These 12 gauge rounds are filled with #1 buckshot. Each round is 3 inches long and contains 24 pellets of #1 buck. These rounds fly towards your target with a muzzle velocity of 1250 feet per second and hit with stunning force. #1 buck is popular among hunters especially for game such as whitetail deer and can also be used for target practice. You get 250 rounds in this box of Winchester ammunition, so you’re going to have more than enough to get some dedicated range time in and still have some left over for hunting. Winchester manufactures ammunition with pride in America just as they always have. Feed your gun ammunition from an American legend by loading it with Winchester. Order today.
Posted On: 11/29/16 By: rich
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