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Deer Season XP Adds New Calibers to its Rifle Ammunition Line

Deer Season XP Adds New Calibers to its Rifle Ammunition Line
Winchester Deer Season XP

Since 2015, deer hunters have been discovering first-hand the effectiveness of Deer Season XP. Deer Season XP has developed a strong following among deer hunters who love the large diameter polymer-tipped bullet that reliably delivers devastating terminal performance.

Highlights of Deer Season XP include:

  • Bigger Tip. Bigger Impact — The large-impact-diameter design expands immediately upon contact to deliver the energy needed to transfer massive knockdown power

  • Accuracy — Deer Season XP is extremely accurate due to its Extreme Point polymer tip, tapered bullet jacket and a precision swaged lead core

  • Price — This combination of high-tech performance is delivered at a value price

Offered in 15 of the most popular deer hunting calibers across North America, Winchester is adding the 117-grain, .25-06 Rem and the 250-grain, .450 Bushmaster loads to its lineup.

Deer Season XP is available in 20-round boxes.

"Winchester continues to make Deer Season XP available to even more hunters as they take to the woods in pursuit of our nation's most popular big-game animal," Matt Campbell, vice president of marketing and sales for Winchester Ammunition said.

For more information, visit: www.winchester.com


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