The .300 Win Mag is currently used in the Sniper or Designated Marksman role with Military units and Law Enforcement nationwide. It is also being utilized in competitions, winning numerous 1000-yard target shooting contests. Its use for hunting medium to large game such as Elk and Moose is quite well-known too. This Prvi Partizan .300 Win Mag ammo have 180 grain projectiles with copper jacketed soft point construction and Boxer primed, thick walled, non-corrosive, reloadable brass cases. These loads are pushing a super heavy hitting muzzle energy of 3378-foot pounds, and the muzzle velocity exceeds 2900 feet per second on average. That is one seriously fast moving, hard hitting, beast of a round. It’s easy to see now why our military adopted it for sniper use.
The .30 caliber bullet is, by far, the most widely used and well-known projectile within the United States of America. The .300 Winchester Magnum was designed and developed by Winchester in 1963 to run in their popular Model 70 rifle. With its ability to utilize the widest variety of bullets available, this .30 caliber beast maintains its massive popularity through its accuracy, reliability, range, extreme versatility, and terminal ballistics. The .30 caliber bullet comes in grain weights from 110-grain to 250 grain, although the .300 Win Mag is most effective when used with bullets in the 150-grain to 200 grain category.
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