Winchester’s ubiquitous Power Point hunting bullet has been around since the 1960’s. It is a conventional cup and draw bullet; the lead interior is not bonded to the jacket. It derives its name from the exposed lead point which initiates expansion on impact. The Power Point is designed to expand fast which causes immediate, massive trauma to internal organs.
The Power Point is not a long-range bullet. Its low, .437 ballistic coefficient makes for rapid velocity loss down range, so it… Read More
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