Winchester's "W" Train & Defend Brand

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posted on January 14, 2014
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An unprecedented number of first-time gun owners have flooded the industry, and selecting the proper ammunition has been one of their greatest challenges. Winchester has decided to make things a little easier on new shooters, with the introduction of its new W Train & Defend brand.

Designed to provide threat stopping power with less recoil to the shooter, the system pairs its range-ready Train rounds with technology-driven Defend rounds, both designed to limit the recoil felt by the shooter. The new system provides an ideal solution for new shooters, as it helps train an operator to become proficient with their personal defense ammunition.

You can learn more about the upcoming line with the video embedded below.

For more information, go to Winchester.com.

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