Winchester Ammunition Expands Component Line, Debuts New Packaging

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posted on July 5, 2020
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Winchester Ammunition is expanding its component line with a variety of new bullets, primers, wads and several new types of brass shellcases. The components also mark the debut of a new bold packaging scheme that include red, black and white graphics.

In addition, Winchester pistol and rifle bullets in 500-count packages will now be available in sturdy, stackable cardboard boxes, with the 100-count bullets available in plastic boxes.

Some of the recent additions to the component offerings include USA Ready match grade primers, 350 Legend shellcases and bullets, 450 Bushmaster shellcases and 6.5 Creedmoor bullets.

Learn more at Winchester.com.


See more: Winchester Awarded $38 Million DoD Contract

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