Winchester® Supreme® Accubond CT®
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.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by JackBauer Winchester XP3 I tried to sight in my .270 Browning BAR II with Leupold VX-III scope with this ammo and found it to be shooting all over the paper. It wouldn't hold a group better than 3.5" at 100yrds. I didn't think it was because of my rifle or scope so I tried the Hornady Interbond and got a 1/2" group at 100yrds. with the first 3 shots. This ammo is just not accurate in Browning BAR's. October 15, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by nickfromAL Great ammo I purchased this ammo for my 300 WSM because I was curious if my rifle liked this load as much as it does the Nosler loaded ammo. I was amazed to see how consistent this ammo was. Also, it's hard to beat the accubond bullet. September 4, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by scattergunner Superb Elk Load I've used the 160 grain loads in my 7mm Rem. Mag to take three elk, and they have performed flawlessly. Two were cows taken at less than 100 yards, both shot through the lungs, massive internal damage and good exit wound left strong blood trail. One large bull taken about 200 yards broadside, bullet passed through both shoulders and was recovered intact just under the skin of the offside shoulder, dropped in his tracks. These loads achieve near-handload accuracy through my Weatherby Vanguard, really a great product. July 26, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by heartlandarcher Excellent Performer I was looking for an accurate bullet to shoot out of my BAR 7mm Rem. Mag. I struggled to consistently shoot any of the cheep bullets within 2" at a hundred yards. Saw these at Bass Pro and thought I would give them a try. My Browning apparently likes these bullets with out any 3 shot groups out side of 1.25" (Not bad for an Automatic). I bought the 140 grain for deer hunting and got the chance to elk hunting in WY over Thanksgiving, so I thought I would use the same shells and see what kind of retention and knock down they have. At 250 yds I took a rested broad side shot at a mature 525 lb. cow behind the shoulder. The bullet went through the rib cage behind the entry shoulder and lodged into one of the ribs on the other side. The Verdict? The cow sat down like a dog in slow motion and then fell over on her side and that was it. What an awesome performance by a 140 grain bullet on such a big animal. Recovered the complete bullet well mushroomed. June 25, 2008
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A: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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