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Winchester® Supreme® Accubond CT®

   

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Cartridge or Gauge Grain Other specs Quantity Price & availability

.270 Winchester

140 Grain

Velocity (fps):
2950

Bullet Type:
Accubond CT

Quantity:
20 rounds
Supreme products are Winchester’s best. They are the most technologically advanced ammunition money can buy. The ultimate bonded bullet for pinpoint accuracy, deep penetration and high bullet weight retention. Jacketed boattail design with smooth nickel finish, red polymer tip and Lubalox® anti-fouling coating. Rapid, controlled expansion. Penetrates thin skin, light muscle and bone. 20 rounds per box.

Features:
  • Fully bonded lead alloy core
  • High weight retention
  • Pinpoint accuracy
  • Boattail design
  • Lubalox coating/Red polymer tip
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 338 winmag accubond ct bit pricet but worth it 250 yds on target plyboard backing destroyed wonder what it will do to deer shot well in browning medallion will try in other guns aswell September 6, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by down range accuracy I use this bullet in a 338 magnum cartridge and love it. I was able to put two bullets in the same hole and one crescent shaped bullet whole to the rt upper edge of the first two. This was at 100 yards with calm winds prone with a bipod. It is my favorite round so far. Not to mention it dropped a massive buffalo with one well placed shot. Thanks Winchester for all your hard work. August 28, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by great round this is the best round that i have ever used for my rifle. I shoot the 270 150 grain, and this round is the best for whitetail. I shot one this last season and you could put your fist through the exit hole. Winchester definately made a good one here!! April 3, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by accurate, but expensive This is great ammo, but it's so expensive. I have been shooting this and Remington Core-Lokt for a while now. This ammo is a little more accurate, but costs so much I think I might just stick with the Remington ammo. I shoot 30.06 in 180 grain. If price weren't a factor this would be my ammo hands down. March 22, 2010
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yes as long as its Mag fed and not tube (Bullets stacked or touching end to end ) Bullets end to end can hit the primer in the front bullet and make it discharge , As long as the gun has been checked by a compantant gun smith and you are using a magazine (Stack) not tube feeding (End to end ) you should be good to go . If you have doubts or questions call Browning customer service or see a gun smith
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The lever action should be able to fire this ammo but I would load more than one round in it at a time since the lever actions have tubular magazines. Check out the Hornady acutip is you want to load them into a tubular magazine.

FYI - If load multiple rounds into a tubular magazine with spinzer points on them you can cause a chain reaction when firing the gun. (i.e. the recoil cause the points on round to hit the primer on the round in front of it causing the chain reaction)
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Try Gun But if your on a computer or ammo bot on the phone or tab ( dont know why ) They have all the suppliers , availability and its up dated I think every 2 minutes . Great Data Base for who has what , price , and type (grn , case , manufacture , and who has it )
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I would special order it from basspro. This round is definately worth the hassle!!
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