Winchester 45 Auto 230gr FMJ 50rd
- The maximum you may purchase is 20.
This Winchester .45 ACP Ammo features a full metal jacket projectile for improved reliability and accuracy in most semi-automatic firearms. The cartridges utilize a 230 grain bullet capable of traveling at 835 fps, giving them 356 ft/lbs of energy at the muzzle. This ammunition is great for target practice, range use and plinking. These 50 round boxes are a great value and allow you to spend more time perfecting your skills at the range.
In 1873, less than a decade after the Civil War and when Westward Expansion was in full gallop, Winchester introduced the first successful centerfire cartridges. Winchester has set the world standard in superior ammunition performance and innovation for more than a century. To millions of hunters and shooters worldwide, the name "Winchester" means quality and performance. No matter the sport, game or protection, you can always depend on Winchester ammunition to perform as promised.
|Manufacturer Part Number||Q4170|
|Ammo Application||Sport Shooting|
|Caliber||45 Auto (ACP)|
|Ammo Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Muzzle Velocity (FPS)||835|
|Ammo Casing Material||Brass|
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