SHOT Show 2017: Winchester Expedition Big Game Ammunition

posted on January 20, 2017
Winchester's relatively new Expedition Big Game ammunition is proving to be a top performer, but with all the interest in long-range shooting and hunting theses days, Winchester has extended the envelope with Expedition Long Range ammunition. American' Rifleman's Mark Keefe got the briefing at Media Day at the Range. The new line picks up where Expedition leaves off, say 500 yards, and features Nosler's AccuBond bullets with very high ballistic coefficients as well as a wide performance envelope in terms of penetration and expansion.

For more, watch this video from Media Range Day at SHOT Show 2017, or visit


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