Winchester® Super-X® Power Max Bonded™ Bullets
good on paper
shooting a custom 270 130grn 1/2in groups at 100 but first deer i shot run almost 80 yards.second deer i shot ran close to 125 yards good blood trail both shots were right behind the shoulder i dont think they open up as well as claimed
July 28, 2012
I use this in my 243. It holds tight groups and the knock down power and bullet expansion is second to none. I will not use any other ammo in my 243. The only downfall is they don't make them in enough caliburs. I would give anything to see them in a 25-06.
July 26, 2012
I bought a few boxes of this PowerMax ammo, in 150 grain, 30-06, caliber. After shooting almost 2 boxes, at the range, and, not even hitting within 2 feet of the bull, at 100 yds, using my 30-06 rifle, I investigated, and, soon found out that this ammo was intended for a 300 yard zero, setup, not the 200 yard zero, that I have become accustomed to, with most, other rifle caliber ammo. Needless to say, while trying to get on paper, at 100 yards, became fruitless, I have put the rest of this ammo away, and, when I get the chance to sell it, or, trade it off, to someone, for 180 grain PowerMax, which is much easier, to zero in, at 100 yards, I will do so!
June 8, 2012
I've been hunting ever since I could remember now so I know what I'm talking about and this bullet is decent. I bought a box of this ammo two years ago when I bought my new Remington model 770 and I figured I would try some ammunition besides the Remington core Lokt. So I sighted my rifle in and this bullet is a little sketchy at 100 yards it was shooting a 2 inch group which is a little to big for me but i went huntig with it and shot a big doe with it and it was a clean kill but the expansion they guranteed was not there the entry wound was bigger than the exit so i switched back to the core lokts which is definitley the deadliest mushroom in the woods
January 16, 2012