200 Rounds of .308 Win Ammo by Winchester - 150gr Power Point

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Ammo Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 10 boxes per case
Ammo Manufacturer - Winchester
Bullet - 150 grain Power Point (PP)
Ammo Casing - Boxer-primed brass


Grab this bulk priced case of .308 Winchester for your next hunting season! This affordable but powerful ammunition from Winchester's Super-X series uses a "Power Point" bullet that expands to down deer and other game with ease but avoids fragmentation and preserve edible meat and trophies.

Each cartridge in this box of 200 fires a 150-grain soft point bullet at a muzzle velocity of 2,820 feet per second. This load is somewhat more powerful than mil-spec ammo and generates nice, flat trajectories and enhanced terminal performance. The main disadvantage of this configuration is slightly greater felt recoil, which is not a huge downside for most sporting applications.

Winchester ammo is loaded in Oxford, Mississippi using quality components such as noncorrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases. In business since the 19th century, Winchester is one of the best-known names in the ammunition industry; while the company has sold the licensing rights to its legendary firearms, it maintains full control of its ammo operations.

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Posted On: 8/17/2022 By: phil

A: Thanks for reaching out Phil! What you're seeing is called brass discoloration, or tarnish. Brass tarnishes naturally when it is exposed to oxygen, which needless to say makes tarnish a fairly common occurrence. You can easily remove tarnish with a lead removal cloth (do not use brass polish, as that will damage the case). Tarnish will not impact the ammo's functionality, so it is still safe to fire, but if tarnish is allowed to remain long enough it will turn into verdigris and make the ammo inoperable. Unless you plan to keep your ammo tucked away for emergency use, you probably won't have to worry about verdigris.

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