How do you make the .270 Winchester better? Have Barnes manufacture it as part of their VOR-TX line of ammo!
Located in Utah, Barnes is one of the leading manufacturers of premium hunting ammunition, delivering handload quality and accuracy in a cardboard box. These .270 Winchester rounds are no exception, loaded with a 130 grain all copper projectile that features a polymer tip. Upon impact with an animal, the polymer tip causes the bullet to form four petals for the best expansion possible, while the all copper construction guarantees that the round will retain its weight. Penetration and weight retention are directly related, as a bullet that retains more of its weight will penetrate deep enough to hit vital organs. With excellent expansion, these .270 Winchester rounds from Barnes are set up to be the perfect deer and larger game round.
Despite being almost 100 years old, the .270 Winchester is still a popular cartridge with hunters. Barnes has upgraded the technology of the .270 with the Tipped Triple-Shock X bullet, which helps these .270 rounds to deliver precision handload accuracy from a factory round.
A box of 20 holds each round in slotted trays to prevent the rounds from dinging each other, which could cause an unacceptable degradation in bullet accuracy. When your food is on the line, you want the best, so you want Barnes.
Review by Atreyu187
There are no entries.