One look at the XP is all you’ll need in order to realize that it is no ordinary polymer tipped bullet. The XP’s tip is much wider than usual – so much so that it takes up nearly half of the bullet’s frontal surface area. Alongside the flat base bullet’s precision jacket and core, the XP’s sleek tip ensures it exhibits a G1 ballistic coefficient of 0.226. That means the bullet combines a comparably flat trajectory with the ability to retain at least 1,000 ft lbs of energy until it flies past 174 yards!
The XP’s giant tip saves its best trick for last. The tip’s wide-diameter base dramatically accelerates terminal expansion, which overwhelms the quarry with breakneck energy transfer accompanied by a gaping wound channel. The Extreme Point hasn’t got a bonded jacket, although its alloyed-lead core does remain mostly intact so it can conserve enough momentum for deep penetration.
Winchester’s reloadable brass cases feature pin-straight walls and precision extractor grooves. Consistent primer/powder pairings give you the clockwork performance you need to make any buck your trophy!
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