Winchester Adds .45 ACP to Super Clean Ammo Line

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posted on April 5, 2017
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With recreational pistol shooters in mind, Winchester Ammunition has expanded its Super Clean line to include a .45 ACP offering. 

Super Clean ammunition features zinc-core brass-jacketed bullets and are completely lead-free, both airborne and downrange, for the ultimate in indoor range performance and safety. Super Clean comes 50 rounds per box.

“Winchester is committed to delivering more value-priced, lead-free center-fire product options that are ideal for use on indoor ranges as the number of shooters visiting these ranges grows around the country," said Matt Campbell, Winchester Ammunition vice president of marketing and sales. "As one of the most popular rounds among handgun shooters, this latest .45 ACP ammunition is a testament to that commitment.” 

Offerings now include: .45 ACP, 9 mm Luger, and .40 S&W

For more information watch this video or visit winchester.com

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