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Winchester Supreme Elite XP3, 243 Winchester

Item # 415495
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Key Features

  • Massive knockdown

  • Moderate penetration

Our Price   $49.99

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Product Description
winchester The new XP3 bullet starts with a 2-stage expansion design, then combines all the best-known bullet technology into one bullet. It delivers precision accuracy, awesome knockdown power, and deep penetration all in one package - and it's as effective on thin-skinned game, like deer and antelope, as it is on tough game, like elk and bear, at short and long ranges. The XP3 is the closest thing to a perfect hunting bullet you can buy! Rapid controlled expansion. 95 grains.

Caliber .243 Win
Bullet Weight 95 gr.
Bullet Type XP3
Muzzle Velocity 3100 fps
Quantity 20

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Winchester® Supreme Elite™ XP3®, 243 Winchester

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Love It!

By KemoMan

from Irving, TX

About Me Hunter


  • Great Expansion
  • Great penatration
  • Great Wound Channels


  • None yet

Best Uses

  • Hunting

Comments about Winchester® Supreme Elite™ XP3®, 243 Winchester:

In 243 I have shot lots of big bodied Arkansas deer and get complete pass throughs with great expansion and blood trails. All shot have been around the 100 to 150 yard mark. 50 yards is the longest I have tracked one. I am hunting hog in south Texas this weekend, will see how head / neck shots do on them critters.

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