Winchester: The American Legend
Few names are as iconic and intertwined with our nation’s history and firearms as Winchester. For more than 150 years Winchester ammo has been recognized by sportsmen, acknowledged as an industry leader and proven itself in the field, on the firing line and front line.
When Oliver Winchester established the company on May 22, 1866, reliable ammunition was part of the original mission. The company name oozes history, pioneering spirit and communicates performance, although resting on those laurels isn’t standard operating procedure. Its tradition of designing and perfecting new cartridges, shotshells and components that perform, in tough conditions, with the latest technology, continues to this day.
The company arguably reached dominance shortly after news of Theodore Roosevelt taking in the view from Cuba’s San Juan Hill swept the nation in 1898. His rag-tag band of Rough Riders determined the U.S. military’s then-standard-issue firearms were sub-quality, arming themselves instead with Winchester Model 1895s for the campaign. The only reason Teddy wasn’t holding his ’95 for that famous summit picture is that, as legend has it, he’d loaned the reliable repeater to another soldier before the battle. He’s widely reported as stating—about his Centennial Model 1876—“The Winchester…is by all odds the best weapon I ever had, and now I use it almost exclusively…”
The story and legend are the product of hard work and untiring innovation that begins with the Winchester Model 1866—launched during the company’s first year of operation. “The gun that won the west,” the Model 1873, was introduced seven years later and it brought with it something all new, the .44-40 Winchester Center Fire—the company’s first centerfire cartridge.
In 1894 the company began launching firearms at a frequency that made competitors green with envy. There was one that year, followed by the Rough Rider-preferred 1895 and many others. Its treasured, controlled-round-feed Model 70 that gained the title “Rifleman’s Rifle” among enthusiasts was first made in 1936 and Winchester didn’t stop there.
Winchester Ammunition Innovation
Winchester’s long list of All-Star guns dominated headlines and sentenced its new cartridge and shotshell designs to the backseat. There, the list of accomplishments is just as lengthy and noteworthy, beginning with the 1895 introduction of the new smokeless-powdered .30-30 Win. cartridge. By 1886 the company was making a line of Rival shotshells in 10, 12, 14, 16 and 20 gauge and, in 1918 collaborated with John Moses Browning to develop the Desert Storm-famous .50 BMG. It’s familiar Super-X brand of shotshells hit the market in 1921, the .270 Win. came in 1925 and two years later copper-plated bullets were coming out of the factory under the Lubaloy name.
The Great Depression struck in 1929, taking a toll on the company’s commercial footing at a time when it was still trying to recover after retooling to produce Enfields for Britain during World War I. In 1931 Western Cartridge Company, which was established by avid sportsman Franklin W. Olin, purchased Winchester Repeating Arms and Western-Winchester was born.
There was no slowdown in innovation. Only a year later it introduced the first non-corrosive, mercury-free shotshell primers and patented a process for making spherical ball powder. Then, working with Smith & Wesson, rolled out the 357 Mag. in 1935, .308 Win. in 1952, followed by the .243 Win., .338 Win. Mag, Power Point bullet and.300 Win. Mag. still serving in the Global War on Terrorism. The still-popular Silvertip bullet arrived in 1939, along with many others through the years.
Improvements in shotshell design continued at the same pace. The Super Seal cup wad was introduced in 1945, which improved shot velocity and gas management. The Winchester Mark 5 shot collar, another performance gain, followed in 1962 and the now-familiar Double X and AA shotshell brands hit the marketplace in 1965. In 1976 Winchester gave enthusiasts their first non-toxic steel-shot load—long before most hunting regulations reflected growing concern about the impact of lead on waterfowl.
Despite the hectic production schedule, the company also churned out 15 billion rounds for U.S. troops during World War II. The Lake City Ammunition Plant, which produces ammunition for the U.S. military, was managed by Winchester from 1985 to 2000. Roughly eight billion cartridges came out of the facility during that period.
Who Owns Winchester? Two Brands, One Name
A labor strike in 1979 ultimately led to the separation of the ammo and gun entities. First the company sold its firearms factory in Connecticut to employees, who had incorporated as U.S. Repeating Arms, but it ultimately came under the management/ownership of Herstal Group— owner of Fabrique Nationale and Browning. Winchester firearms continues to be manufactured under a licensing agreement, but Olin Corporation still manufactures Winchester ammo in Alton, IL.
Since the separation, Winchester has continued to roll out innovative cartridges and shotshells, including the .300 WSM (Winchester Short Magnum) and many others. In 1981 NASA decided the most reliable way to initiate parachute recovery and separation systems for the Space Shuttle’s solid rocket booster engines was with Winchester 209 shotshell primers. Performance is never compromised, obviously, a fact confirmed in 2017 when the U.S. military awarded a contract to the company to supply 9mm ammo for the new Modular Handgun System (an agreement valued at $99.2 million).
The Winchester PDX1 Defender line is tailored for self-defense. Available in a variety of handgun chamberings—and a trio for rifle—the hollow-point bullet is designed to fold into six “petals” on impact, expand to 1.5 times its unfired diameter and defeat intermediate barriers (like clothing). It meets or beats the rigorous FBI testing protocol.
Winchester Ballistic Silvertip
A polymer tip maximizes long-distance performance, yet the alloyed lead core retains weight for the reliable terminal performance sportsmen expect. Its contoured jacket controls expansion and the bullet’s Lubalox coating minimizes barrel fouling.
Winchester M22 Subsonic
Rimfire fans who don’t like to make a lot of noise should take a close look at Winchester’s M22 Subsonic loads. Traveling slower than the speed of sound—yet still functioning in semi-autos—audible report is reduced and suppressor effectiveness maximized. The 45-grain bullets are plated to minimize fouling and improve function.
Winchester AA TrAAcker
The AA line is legend, but this new flavor adds an all-new twist to an outstanding product. The orange wad features notched helical petals that “stabilize” it in the center of the pattern during flight, effectively tracking the shot’s travel. What a great way to get an inexperienced shooter on target. An equally orange hull makes it easy to identify the special loads, even from the standard AA offerings—the preferred choice among shotgun sports enthusiasts.
Winchester USA 22 LR 36 Grain CPHP – 525 Rounds$109.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 36 Grain Bullet Type Copper-Plated Hollow-Point (CPHP) Use Type plinking at the range, varmint hunting Casing Type Brass Quantity 525 Ammo Caliber 22 Long Rifle (LR) Manufacturer SKU 22LR525HP Primer Type Rimfire Magnetic No UPC Barcode 020892102651 Cost Per Round 20.9¢ per round
We’re sure you’ll have no trouble figuring out what to do with over half a thousand rounds of 22 LR ammunition. You’ve got bottles to blast, cans to cancel, and varmints to veto. You just need a little help getting said ammo, but that’s easy – we want to send it to your doorstep.
This 22 LR cartridge by Winchester features the ever so versatile 36 grain copper plated hollow point. At that weight it treats a rifle to a supersonic muzzle velocity, but this ammo’s just as suitable for handguns including semi-automatics. That copper plating isn’t just pretty to look at – it prevents rapid bore fouling so you can enjoy greater accuracy and less cleaning. The bullet’s hollow point unleashes rapid terminal expansion within small game to kill it deader, faster, but it’s no great crime to fire CPHP bullets during a relaxed plinking day, either.
American brass, primers and propellant add up to smooth performance however you slice it. Order this 3 lb, 12 oz box of ammo and you’ll be able to do your best work soon!
Winchester Varming HE 17 Win Super Mag 25 Grain Polymer Tip - 50 Rounds$22.00
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 25 Grain Bullet Type Polymer Tipped Use Type varmint hunting Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 17 Win Super Mag (WSM) Manufacturer SKU S17W25 Primer Type Rimfire Magnetic No UPC Barcode 020892103108 Cost Per Round 44.0¢ per round
Developed in 2012 by Winchester and Savage, the 17 Winchester Super Magnum, or .17 WSM for short, is a fantastic, high speed, varmint and small game round. If you are looking to get rid of pests around your precious home or love the taste of small game, these tiny rounds are perfect for all your shooting needs.
Founded in 1855, Winchester is one of the oldest and most popular ammunition manufacturers in the United States. When you want something reliable or inexpensive, Winchester is the way to go. These Winchester Varmint HE, 25 grain, polymer tip, rimfire rounds have a muzzle velocity of 2600 feet per second and are designed specifically for varmint hunting. With their fantastic expansion, high speed, tumbling, and fantastic penetration, these rounds are perfect for all your shooting endeavors.
Winchester USA Forged 9mm Luger 115 Grain FMJ – 150 Rounds$67.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Steel Quantity 150 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU WIN9S Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 020892222151 Cost Per Round 45.2¢ per round
Winchester is one of America's oldest firearm and ammunition manufacturers. These new production 9mm USA forged rounds are designed to be a great option for affordable volume shooting at the range. Each round in this 150 round value pack is loaded into economical steel cases that are not re-loadable and carry a 115 grain Full Metal Jacket projectile.
Since 1866, Winchester has been providing high quality products for a variety of applications. Their ammunition is American made in Alton, Illinois and has a reputation for being reliable and affordable. These 9mm Luger rounds are perfect for plinking at the range and punching holes in paper. Pick up a 150 round value pack today!
2 failure to fire in 300 rounds. Smokier than WWB, but worked as advertized for range training.
300 rounds through Glock 17, 19, 26 and Browning HP. Two failure to fire, one with the BHP, one with the G17. Good primer strikes, suspect bad primers. Compared to Winchester White Box, it is a little bit dirtier, and smokier. It functioned well in all four guns, plus an LEO's G17. Accuracy was similar to WWB, and felt recoil was similar to typical self defense rounds. I would recommend it for the price point, especially for those who do not reload.
Review by Old NFO (Posted on 6/22/2016)
Winchester Service Grade 9mm 115 Grain FMJ – 500 Rounds$235.00
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU SG9W Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 020892225206 Cost Per Round 47.0¢ per round
Even your most casual plinking or target shooting session calls for a good range load. Why not employ a cartridge that’s good enough for U.S. Army training for so important a pastime? That’s exactly what you’ll get when you invest in this case of 9mm Service Grade ammo by Winchester!
This cartridge sports its caliber’s lightweight 115 grain projectile. The bullet’s full metal jacket will make your semi-automatic happy as it’s able to feed dependably, and will keep your barrel cleaner in between cleanings. The bullet also features a flat nose, so it’s a perfect choice for shooting paper targets when you want your results to be more visible and easy to interpret. The bullet’s sloping profile won’t cause a jam like a wadcutter could have, though!
This cartridge has the brass casing that handloaders need and which many ranges require. It’s non-corrosive Boxer primed, so you can sit confidently on this case of ammo for decades, and its clean burning propellant won’t demand that you clean your firearm too frequently in order to preserve its accuracy. Perfect for extended visits to the range!
Winchester 9mm 115 Grain FMJ – 500 Rounds$235.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU Q4172 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 40020892201987 Cost Per Round 47.2¢ per round
This 9mm Luger ammo is a great stand-in for expensive hollow points on the range as it uses a slightly more powerful load than typical target ammunition. Each cartridge in this case of 500 fires a 115 grain full metal jacket bullet at 1,190 feet per second. This is standard pressure ammo and will work safely in older or subcompact firearms.
Winchester "white box" ammunition is widely used for target shooting and self-defense practice due to its reliability, accuracy, and low cost. It uses non-corrosive Boxer primers and brass cases.
In business since the 1860s, Winchester is one of the top American ammo manufacturers and has a long history of supplying gun owners, the military, and law enforcement with dependable products for training, hunting, and defense. Winchester ammo has been produced in Oxford, Mississippi since 2011.
Lightning fast shipping and fairly priced
I own a Springfield EMP 9MM that won't shoot reloads so I ordered 500 rounds of Winchester 9MM 115 grain bullets for practice. I was amazed at how fast they arrived. They shoot well in all my 9MM's. Thumbs up to Wideners for great service again.
Review by Texas Redneck (Posted on 5/28/2020)
Winchester Range Pack 9mm 115 Grain FMJ – 1000 Rounds$489.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 1000 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU USA9W Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 00020892221826 Cost Per Round 49.0¢ per round
This 9mm Luger "white box" ammunition from Winchester is proof that you don't need to pay top dollar to get excellent performance. These cartridges come in a 1,000 round case (five packs of 200 rounds each) that is loose packed for compact storage.
Each cartridge in this case fires a light 115 grain full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1,190 feet per second. This is a a standard pressure load well-suited to range use with compact or older firearms. Expect mild recoil and good accuracy.
Winchester ammunition has been manufactured in the city of Oxford, Mississippi since 2011. It uses non-corrosive Boxer primers as well as reloadable brass cases.
Winchester USA Ready 9mm 115 Grain FMJ FN – 500 Rounds$259.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Flat Nose (FMJFN) Use Type match or precision shooting, plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU RED9 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 020892226531, 00020892226531 Cost Per Round 52.0¢ per round
This 9mm cartridge from Winchester features its caliber’s lightest factory loaded projectile at 115 grains. If you prefer that weight for self-defense, as many do for its lower recoil that facilitates fast follow-up shots, then you’ll appreciate how this round will give you a realistic feel for what may one day become the most important cartridge you’ve ever fired. A USA Ready bullet’s profile has been meticulously engineered to promote accurate performance, and furthermore works to smooth out feeding in a semi-automatic weapon. This is a flat nose projectile, the ideal for shooting a paper target when you want to spot your results without the aid of binoculars or an electric switch, as well as when you’d like to score your shots without interpreting a torn up target.
The care with which this round has been loaded suits it for competition as well. Winchester’s own expertly formed brass casing holds a consistent propellant charge, which along with this round’s match grade primer will make every shot perform interchangeably with the one before and after it.
Winchester 9mm 124 Grain FMJ - 50 Rounds$27.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 124 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU USA9MM Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 020892212312 Cost Per Round 55.7¢ per round
There's no excuse for not maintaining proficiency with your 9mm handguns when you can get affordable, reliable ammo like this "white box" load from Winchester.
Each cartridge in this 50-round box fires a medium weight 124 grain full metal jacket bullet at 1,140 feet per second. This ammo produces external ballistics similar to those of many concealed carry loads without the expensive hollow point. Expect good accuracy and relatively low recoil.
Winchester ammo is proudly made in the USA using reloadable brass and non-corrosive Boxer primers.
Winchester Service Grade 9mm 115 Grain FMJ – 50 Rounds$28.00
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU SG9W Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 020892225190 Cost Per Round 56.0¢ per round
This 9mm round from Winchester’s Service Grade line of ammunition features a 115 grain projectile. That bullet weight’s utility for self-defense is strongly contested by experts in the field, and is accordingly favored by prestigious law enforcement agencies including the United States Secret Service and the Federal Air Marshals. If you also prefer a 115 grain bullet for self-defense, then training with this cost-effective and reliable ammunition is a fine way to keep your skills sharp.
This round’s bullet’s full metal jacket will prevent your weapon’s bore from quickly fouling with lead residue, preserving its accuracy and lessening the need for very frequent cleanings at the range. (Range time is better spent perforating sheets of paper than it is assembling cleaning rods.) This cartridge’s factory fresh and Boxer primed brass casing is the ideal stuff of handloading as well, so it’ll keep you as busy at home as it will during target practice.
Winchester 9mm 115 Grain FMJ – 50 Rounds$29.75
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU Q4172 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 020892201989 Cost Per Round 59.5¢ per round
Winchester "white box" ammo is an easy choice for target shooting due to its blend of high accuracy, reliable performance, and reasonable price point. These 9mm Luger cartridges come in boxes of 50 and fire a 115 grain full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1,190 feet per second.
While this is standard pressure ammo, it is a bit hotter than the typical target load. This makes it a good choice for CCW holders to train with, as the increased recoil better simulates the performance of real self-defense ammunition without the cost of the expensive hollow point bullet.
Oxford, Mississippi has been home to Winchester ammo production since 2011. Winchester itself has been around since the mid 19th century and currently operates with a singular focus on producing quality ammo--their firearms are license-produced by FN.
I have never experienced a problem in the past with this particular round.
I was easy to order on line through your system. You are in my book as go to for ammunition.
Review by fdmkam (Posted on 7/26/2021)
Winchester USA 5.56x45 55 Grain FMJ – 150 Rounds$94.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 55 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 150 Ammo Caliber 5.56x45mm Manufacturer SKU WM193150 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 020892225008 Cost Per Round 63.2¢ per round
Winchester’s USA line of ammunition is your trusty go-to at the range. Never too expensive and always reliable, USA ammo is poised to let you enjoy your rifle just as it’s meant to operate.
This 5.56x45 cartridge sports a 55 grain projectile, a popular all-around bullet weight that AR-15s love to shoot. The bullet has a full metal jacket and will not expand during penetration, making this round less than ideal for self-defense applications -- which is not to say any living thing would enjoy being shot with one. The bullet’s copper jacket produces markedly less fouling in the bore than lead would, and because it’s hard this bullet is able to penetrate a variety of target types.
Winchester’s propellant and primer both burn clean, so you’ll not have to scrub down your rifle during your upcoming visit to the range. The old American manufacturer’s standardized brass casings boast uniform dimensions to one another, promoting smooth feeding, and their durability lends itself marvelously to handloading.
Winchester USA 5.56x45 55 Grain FMJ M193 – 200 Rounds$129.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 55 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 200 Ammo Caliber 5.56x45mm Manufacturer SKU WM193200 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 020892224421 Cost Per Round 64.9¢ per round
Winchester’s USA line of ammunition is the gold standard for high volume shooting and any kind of range training, and it’s loaded right in Illinois. Order this ammo whether you have an AR-15, M16, M4, FN CAL, FAMAS, HK33, HK43, Galil or any other rifle chambered for 5.56x45 and you’re going to have a good time!
M193 ammo is ideal for the rifle range. This round’s 55 grain FMJ projectile is nonmagnetic, non-expanding, and sleek and balanced enough to consistently achieve a G1 ballistic coefficient of 0.271. The bullet’s jacket is outfitted with a cannelure, which helps to preserve accuracy as the bullet avoids shifting back in the case mouth under the force of recoil.
We cater to a lot of handloaders here, so we’re always happy to offer ammo with reloadable cases. This ammo’s brass cases haven’t been polished, so you can still see their annealing marks – proof they’re manufactured to hold up under pressure. This ammo has non-corrosive Boxer primers.
Winchester USA 223 Rem 62 Grain FMJ - 20 Rounds$17.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 62 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 223 Remington Manufacturer SKU USA223R3 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 020892213135 Cost Per Round 89.3¢ per round
Winchester "white box" ammunition is a staple range load for many shooters due to its affordability and solid performance. These .223 Remington cartridges are ideal for AR-15s and other .223/5.56 NATO rifles.
Each cartridge in this 20-round box fires a heavy 62 grain full metal jacket bullet at 3,100 feet per second. While this is not mil-spec ammo, it produces ballistics virtually identical to those of M855 military ball.
Winchester ammo is loaded in Oxford, Mississippi using non-corrosive primers and reloadable brass cases.
Winchester Varmint-X 223 Rem 40 Grain PT - 20 Rounds$24.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 40 Grain Bullet Type Polymer Tipped Use Type varmint hunting Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 223 Remington Manufacturer SKU X223P1 Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 020892219953 Cost Per Round $1.24 per round
The 223 Rem has been around since the Vietnam War when it was invented to give the American soldiers the advantage over the communist enemy and has remained popular ever since among militaries, law enforcement agencies, and civilians. Whether you are looking to train at the range, compete in a shooting match, defend yourself, or put food on the table, the 223 Rem offers the lightweight, low recoil, high speed round you need to get the job done.
With over one hundred fifty years of experience, Winchester knows how to make some of the best ammunition in the country and has been one of the most popular and trusted ammo manufacturers since its founding. These Winchester Varmint-X, 40 grain, polymer tip, brass cased, boxer primed rounds fire at 3700 feet per second and hit with incredible expansion, making it incredibly lethal against the pesky varmints that scurry around your home. When you have a varmint problem, these Winchester Varmint-X, fast, accuracy, and deadly rounds are perfect for you.
Winchester 7.62x51 149 Grain FMJ M80 – 20 Rounds$24.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 149 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51) Manufacturer SKU WM80W Primer Type Boxer Magnetic Yes UPC Barcode 020892229716 Cost Per Round $1.24 per round
One must never let the lead cease flying. If your rifle’s been singing the blues these days because it has been unfairly deprived of much needed 7.62x51 ammunition, then look to Winchester! Their white box always delivers the goods.
This cartridge meets the U.S. Armed Forces’ M80 specifications, and is good for all 7.62x51 rifles as well as those chambered for the commercial 308 Win cartridge. (The 308 is loaded to a slightly higher pressure, so any rifle designed for it can also handle 7.62 NATO.) Just don’t mistake 7.62x51 for 7.62x39. That happens all too often!
This round’s 149 grain bullet is a traditional full metal jacket. The solid lead core’s gilding metal jacket is hard enough to feed reliably and avert deformation under the intense pressure of ignition. It has a cannelure that also averts bullet setback. The FMJ hasn’t got any features that enhance its terminal ballistics, though its inherent accuracy and generous power make it useful for both target practice and emergency situations.
This ammo was made recently for the civilian market. Its cases aren’t reloaded – their discoloration is the natural byproduct of the annealing process, which yields suppler and stronger necks and shoulders. Non-corrosive ammo like this won’t threaten your rifle with rust, and its Boxer primers are optimal for handloading.
Very good outfit to deal with, shipping was rapid, always like to find a decent supplier !
Usual Winchester .308 purchase...still waiting for the German surplus .308 Sportwaffen ammo to show back up, now THAT'S a great deal ! Now if only they had the Sportwaffen AND some .308 tracers on sale.....
Review by Buckinator (Posted on 4/22/2021)
Winchester Varmint-X 223 Rem 55 Grain PT – 20 Rounds$26.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 55 Grain Bullet Type Polymer Tipped Use Type varmint hunting Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 223 Remington Manufacturer SKU X223P Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 020892219977 Cost Per Round $1.34 per round
20 rounds of Winchester 223 Remington ammo that'll have your gun firing for a while and your face smiling for even longer! The Boxer primer, 55 Grain Polymer Tipped bullet and Brass cases on these New rounds make for the perfect companion for varmint hunting. Pick up some rounds today and you'll get fast shipping along with Widener's world class service.
Winchester Sierra Matchking 223 Rem 69 Grain HPBT – 20 Rounds$29.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 69 Grain Bullet Type Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT) Use Type match or precision shooting Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 223 Remington Manufacturer SKU S223M2 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 020892220157 Cost Per Round $1.49 per round
Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT) ammo that's as ready as you are for match or precision shooting. Made by Winchester, this 223 Remington ammunition is Brass-cased, Boxer-primed with a 69 Grain bullet. These are trusted New rounds so sleep easy knowing you're picking up 20 rounds of 223 Remington that promises reliable feeding and extraction shot after shot.
Very nice .223 level heavy bullet load
Ran well and just the ticket for barrels that won't handle the 75-77 gr bullets
Review by Fr. Frog (Posted on 12/22/2016)
Winchester 25-06 Rem 115 Grain Ballistic Silvertip Polymer Tip - 20 Rounds$40.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Polymer Tipped Use Type hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 25-06 Manufacturer SKU SBST2506 Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 020892210202 Cost Per Round $2.04 per round
25-06 ammo complete with Nickel-Plated Brass cases and a Polymer Tipped projectile. Manufactured by Winchester to the highest of standards with a Boxer primer and 115 Grain bullet, the quality components come together and add up to a round that's great for hunting whitetail deer. You'll get 20 rounds shipped fast when you order this today.
Winchester Elite Long Beard XR Turkey 12 Gauge 3" 1-3/4 oz. #4 – 10 Rounds$24.00
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 1-3/4 oz. Bullet Type #4 Shot Use Type turkey hunting Quantity 10 Ammo Caliber 12 Gauge Manufacturer SKU STLB1234 Shot Material Lead Shell Length 3" UPC Barcode 020892021341 Cost Per Round $2.40 per round
Winchester produces some of the best shotgun loads in the world and these 3" 12 Gauge rounds are no exception. In this 10 round package, you'll be set for your next trip with your 12 Gauge shotgun. Loaded with Lead shot, these are New rounds that promise reliable firing round after round.
Winchester Long Beard XR 12 Gauge 3-1/2" 2 oz. #5 – 10 Rounds$24.75
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 2 oz. Bullet Type #5 Shot Use Type turkey hunting Quantity 10 Ammo Caliber 12 Gauge Manufacturer SKU STLB12L5 Shot Material Lead Shell Length 3-1/2" UPC Barcode 020892021303 Cost Per Round $2.48 per round
An excellent 12 Gauge load manufactured by Winchester that promises excellent performance and reliable feeding/extraction round after round. These are new 3-1/2" shells loaded with Lead shot, you'll have 10 rounds ready for your next turkey hunting.
Winchester Deer Season XP 300 Win Mag 150 Grain Polymer Tip - 20 Rounds$55.85
Manufacturer Winchester Condition New Bullet Weight 150 Grain Bullet Type Polymer Tipped Use Type hunting big game, hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 300 Winchester Magnum Manufacturer SKU X300DS Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 020892221598 Cost Per Round $2.79 per round
Winchester's Extreme Point (XP) projectile design, utilized in this Deer Season XP ammunition, ensures that the massive impact energy of the .300 Win Mag caliber is properly directed into the vital areas of big bucks, elk, and moose. The copper-jacketed bullet weighs in at 150 grains, has a drag-resistant shape for aerodynamic performance, and wears a large-diameter polymer tip up top which is intended to increase the size of the initial entry wound. Upon impact, the ballistic cone is drive back into the alloy lead core causing calculated deformation for maximum ballistic trauma.
A toothed cannelure at the bullet's midsection slows the rate of expansion and secures the bullet's jacket to its lead core; this effort allows the bullet to retain weight and momentum as it punches through the thick breastplate of a game target. Each bullet is crimped into a reloadable brass casing that hosts a precise load of clean-burning powder along with a non-corrosive Boxer primer.