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Remington Premier Scirocco Bonded Rifle Ammunition PRSC270WA, 270 Winchester, Swift Scirocco Bonded, 130 GR, 3060 fps, 20 Rd/bx

Hinterland Item Number: 1730

Manufacturer Number: PRSC270WA

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Our Price: $38.11
Condition: New In Box

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Product Description

Premier Core-Lokt Ultra Bonded and Swift Scirocco bullets are in a class off their own. Bonded bullets offers hunters the unique combination of excellent accuracy, superb weight retention and expansion with overall superior terminal results.

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Product Specifications

Caliber : 270 Winchester
Bullet Type : Swift Scirocco Bonded
Bullet Weight : 130 GR
Muzzle Energy : 2702 ft lbs
Muzzle Velocity : 3060 fps
Rounds/box : 20 Rounds Per Box, 10 Boxes Per Case

Product Reviews

Average Rating: (1 Reviews)

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Submitted By: William Z. On 11/13/2014

Most accurate ammo for my .270 Win. Almost 3 in the same hole. I tried 5 different boxes of various brands before stumbling onto this. I used to reload but no time now. Deer will drop instantly or not run very far after being hit with this round, but it will leave a great blood trail. But have only one bad experience with this bullet. Most unbelievable story with this ammo....but it is true. Shot a doe at 120yds through the pupil of her eyeball. I hate wasting meat.... Tracked the deer for over half a mile. Blood trail dried up. One week later out of the same stand.....shot a doe through the chest. When we skinned the doe out, we found out that it was the one I shot through the eye a week earlier. Opened the skull cavity and fount the bullet fragmented upon impact with the top of the eye socket. Shattered the front of the skull, but the bullet did not exit. Frontal part of the brain was gone. The doe must have turned to the side when I squeezed off the round, as I had the crosshairs between her eyes. Still can not believe the deer lived for a week with a head wound like that. My friends would not have believed it if they had not seen it.

Rating: [4 of 5 Stars]
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