One look will tell you what makes the Extreme Point special. Its polymer tip takes up 48 percent of its frontal surface area, which is more than double what the usual polymer tip offers. This streamlines the already aerodynamic bullet’s profile, but it also aids extremely rapid terminal expansion.
So broad a tip quite naturally has a wide base, which slams into the alloyed lead core to deliver massive energy transfer beginning immediately after impact. The Extreme Point’s jacket is additionally tapered to promote deeper penetration, so what you have is a 0.492 ballistic coefficient bullet with the ability to wreak positive death within whichever game is so unfortunate as to fall in its path. Neat!
Winchester’s proprietary hunting bullet performs optimally in any rifle with the assistance of its precision minted brass case and painstakingly paired primer and propellant. Twenty rounds mean you’ll soon have 40 antlers – send some to us!
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