You don’t need a big imagination to figure out why it’s called the “Extreme Point.” That’s a big old polymer tip! The tip’s broad base is poised just over a deep nose cavity, which it wedges into on impact to yield rapid, devastating terminal expansion. This is a resilient solid copper bullet, so it does a great job retaining the momentum deep penetration demands as it resists flaking apart. The result is a massive wound cavity!
Its balanced weight, streamlined profile and boat tail all make the monolithic Extreme Point intensely accurate. (G1 BC 0.435; G7 BC 0.218). A copper bullet’s inability to gum up rifling with lead residue keeps a rifle more accurate, and its nontoxicity makes it much nicer for the environment – not to mention any meat you would like to eat.
Once you’ve said farewell to its high-tech bullet, this round’s brass case becomes a valuable handloading component. Winchester’s non-corrosive primers and low-residue powder perfectly complement so clean-shooting a bullet!
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