Winchester Ammunition’s Expedition Big Game Long Range loads carry Nosler AccuBond Long Range bullets, which are designed to be tough on North America’s largest game, yet boast high ballistic coefficients (BC). The ammunition is available in the following new chamberings and bullet weights/BCs: 6.5 mm Creedmoor (142 gr./0.719), .270 Win. (150 gr./0.625), 7 mm Rem. Mag. (168 gr./0.652), and .30-’06 Sprg., .300 Win. Mag. and .300 WSM (190 gr./0.640). Built specifically for long-range accuracy with flat trajectories, Expedition Big Game’s polymer-tipped and bonded-alloy lead core AccuBond Long Range bullet is designed to deliver controlled expansion and deep penetration. The cartridges feature nickel-plated cases and come 20 rounds to a box. winchester.com
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