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The 270 Win won acclaim as a long distance hunting cartridge back when a hunter couldn’t reasonably expect to cover more than 500 yards. But with the modern era’s bullets and rifle scopes at its disposal, the big game load has effectively doubled that range. With its flat trajectory, endurable recoil, and ballistic performance that can compare to the ever popular 30-06, the 270 Win isn’t going away anytime soon.
The 270 Win is an easier round to reload thanks to its tall case and long neck, which can be made out of a slightly shorter 30-06 case. Bullets are commonly available in weights of 110, 130, 140, 150, and 160 grains. The lightest bullets offer the flattest trajectories and are best aimed at beasts that are coyote-sized and smaller. The middleweight 130 grain bullet, which is possibly the most popular, is a fine choice for whitetail and similarly sized deer. At 140 grains and up .270 bullets become suitable for moose and other lumbering creatures. Just in mind that the 270 Win prefers slower burning propellants.
Premium low-drag bullets such as Nosler’s Partition and Hornady’s ELD-X can considerably lengthen the 270 Win’s range, and have made the round increasingly popular among the sniper-hunter crowd.
Winchester .277" Diameter Bullets - 130 Grain Power-Point – 1000 Count$244.85
Cost Per Bullet 24.5¢ per bullet Bullet Weight 130 Grain Bullet Caliber 270 Caliber, 270 Win, 270 WSM Quantity 1000 Bullet Type Power-Point (PP) Manufacturer Winchester Manufacturer SKU WB270P130XThis is not loaded ammunition. These are loose, individual bullets – perfect for handloading projects, but positively useless to anyone who doesn’t have the tools and skills needed to load ammunition.
You’re a fan of 270 Winchester and/or 270 Winchester Short Magnum. But you’re not a fan of paying full price for factory-loaded ammunition. Now’s your chance to save beaucoup bucks by loading your own hunting ammo!
These aren’t just any old 0.277” diameter 130 grain soft point projectiles. This is Winchester’s own Power-Point, which has remained a mainstay on the American hunting scene since its introduction to the market over 50 years ago. The Power-Point delivers fast, uniform and deadly terminal expansion courtesy of its notched jacket, which splits apart evenly as the bullet’s exposed lead core begins to deform on impact. Winchester’s consistent dimensions ensure that you will have an easy time handloading and witness consistent ballistic performance. One case contains ten manageable boxes of component bullets.
Good Product , Very Fair Price
These are a very good and very effective hunting bullet. The price was very fair.
These bullets seat easily and straight with any manufacturer's' seating die with their generic seating stem that comes with the die.
With 54.2 grains of IMR 4831, mixed headstamp cases, a Winchester Standard Large Rifle Primer and a Taper Crimp done with a Redding TC Die I generally get 2 inch groups at 300 yards from a bench rest.
I'd expect a 4 or 5 inch group at the same distance shooting from one knee on the ground.
I'm very pleased with these bullets.
If you use them to hunt with, you will not be disappointed. If you want to shoot over 350 yards, pay the money, buy some Berger or Cavityback bullets.
Pete , Hampton Roads Virginia
P.S. The deer go down and stay down without running away and bleeding out. If you can shoot straight, you WILL put meat in the freezer.
Review by Pete (Posted on 2/23/2023)