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Winchester® SXZ™ Personal Protection and Training System Handgun Ammo

   

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Cartridge or Gauge Grain Other specs Quantity Price & availability

9mm

115 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1190

Bullet Type:
FMJ Training

Quantity:
50 rounds

9mm

115 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1225

Bullet Type:
JHP Defense

Quantity:
50 rounds

Description:
Defense

.40 Smith & Wesson

180 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1020

Bullet Type:
FMJ Training

Quantity:
50 rounds

.40 Smith & Wesson

180 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1010

Bullet Type:
JHP Defense

Quantity:
50 rounds

.45 Automatic Colt Pistol

230 Grain

Velocity (fps):
835

Bullet Type:
FMJ Training

Quantity:
50 rounds

.45 Automatic Colt Pistol

230 Grain

Velocity (fps):
880

Bullet Type:
JHP Defense

Quantity:
50 rounds

.380 Automatic Colt Pistol

95 Grain

Velocity (fps):
955

Bullet Type:
FMJ Training

Quantity:
50 rounds

Description:
Training

.380 Automatic Colt Pistol

95 Grain

Velocity (fps):
945

Bullet Type:
JHP Defense

Quantity:
50 rounds
A Bass Pro Exclusive!

  • SXZ tactical ammo system - top ballistic technology and performance
  • System combines powerful Personal Protection rounds with specially designed training rounds
  • Training rounds match feeding, ballistic performance, accuracy, and recoil of the personal protection rounds
  • System allows for more effective and realistic training
  • Both rounds feature Winchester's Lubalox bullet coating
  • Lubalox protects bullet and protects gun barrel shot after shot from fouling - fewer cleanings
  • Personal Protection rounds feature hollow point design for maximum stopping power
  • 50 rounds

The experts at Winchester have combined top ballistic technology and performance with realistic training to give you the SXZ Personal Protection and Training System. This handgun ammo system combines high-performance hollow point personal protection rounds designed for maximum stopping power with specially matched training rounds engineered to match the ballistic performance, feel, and function for ultra effective and realistic practice and training. Both the training and personal protection tactical rounds feature Winchester's Lubalox® black oxide bullet coating to protect your gun's barrel from fouling and reduce the number of needed cleanings and keep the bullet's jacket like new. The specially designed SXZ training rounds feature a special truncated cone design that provides the same feeding, feel, accuracy, and recoil of the SXZ personal protection rounds. 50 rounds.

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FMJ: Full Metal Jacket
JHP: Jacketed Hollow Point

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 68 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good buy This ammunition is clean, accurate, and cycled well through my Glock 17. I think it is a good purchase for the money. August 4, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ammo great reliable ammunition. a little on the expensive side June 1, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Reliable Personal Defense Round I have now added the Winchester SXZ ammo to my list of reliable personal defense ammo. The rounds feed well and eject cleanly. Accuracy is very good as well. Recommended! April 25, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Ammo At 5, 7, and 10 yards, groups the size of a silver dollar... most just made existing holes in targets a little bigger. Clean ammo and have not had a misfire or feeding problem at all with over 300 rounds spent in my Smith and Wesson M&P 45 using the practive rounds. Some people complain about the powder buildup on the front of the gun and around the front sights, i have had this problem with all brands of ammo... some guns are just this way... the M&P full-sized series 45 is notorious for this (check the net). March 9, 2011
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What is the 410 SXZ???

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2 1/2 in, 3 in, #00 , #000, ???more info please
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winchesters 410 shotgun ammo
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The .410 SXZ is 2.5" #000 buck.

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I have a box of 5 shells, it shows 410 gauge, 21/2", handgun, 000 buck (3 pellets) Box number SXZ41000. Have not used yet, look well made.
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is the brass reloadable?

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Yes,boxer primed Winchester brass.I have reloaded myself.
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Yes. Winchester brass is some of the finest reloading brass made regardless or caliber.
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Yes, the brass is boxer primed and fully reloadable.
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Yes the brass is reloadable.
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It is good if the bullets shoot good out of your gun, but that doesn't mean anything if the bullets don't perform when you get in that gun fight. You don't want bullets exploding or breaking apart when hitting a bulletproof vest when it isn't supposed to. You need something that will do it's job. Can you buy the ballistics gel to find out how bullets perform?
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Yes, you can buy ballistics gel. You can also make your own. The best video I've found on homemade ballistic gel is on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6x3QbRZirsg
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During practice, I've fired them into sand filled plastic containers, into phone books, and they've expanded without really fragmenting. Very happy with the personal protection rounds.
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Get a bunch of empty milk cartons (2 gallon) and fill them with gelatin (make the gelatin in the cartons, put them in the fridge for hours until it is ready). Line them all up in a straight line, fire a round from about 10 yards out right through the center of the first one, and then go find where the bullet stopped and you will be able to see the mushrooming
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You can buy ballistics gel but it is expensive. You can make your own test material out of wet newspaper bundles. Make sure they are fully waterlogged and then wrap an old shirt or coat around the outside of the bundle. Shoot them from yardage you wish, remembering that most self defense gunfights occur at less than 10 yards. After the shot, dig into the paper bundle to find your bullet and measure the penetration.

For the record, I don't know of any bullet that will fragment when hitting a "bullet proof" vest and I haven't hear any reports of bad guys rountinely wearing them, so no worries for any ammo on that score.
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You can buy ballistics gel but it is quite expensive if you don't have an OEM source. Another method is to use wet telephone books as the target and check penetration and frangibility of various mfgs and loads.
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YOU WANT THE BULLETS TO RETAIN MOST OF IT'S WEIGHT AND FORM IT SHOULD MUSHROOM ON IMPACT. THE BALLISTIC GEL COULD BE PURCHASED FROM FACTORY NOT RETAIL.
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There are ways to make the same thing and you have to do some web searching.
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the Box Of Truth web site and review what this man has done with ammo that you may have high regards for.
It's and eye opener. Hence the name "the box of truth" (BOT) website.
This will SHOW you what your favorite ammo is capable of doing.
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