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Winchester Super-X, .30-30 Winchester, PP, 170 Grain, 500 Rounds

(9 customer reviews)

$230.00

  • Muzzle Velocity: 2,200 FPS
  • Muzzle Energy: 1,827 ft.-lbs.
  • Case Type: Brass
  • Primer Type: Boxer, reloadable
  • Corrosive: No
  • Rounds: 500
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Winchester Super-X 30-30 170 Grain

  • High Velocity
  • Maximum Impact
  • Rapid Controlled Expansion

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Key Specifications Winchester Super-X 30-30 170 Grain

  • Item Number: 12109
  • Mfg. Number: X30303
  • UPC Number: 020892200098
  • Caliber: .30-30 Winchester
  • Bullet Weight: 170 grain
  • Bullet Style: Power Point
  • Muzzle Velocity: 2,200 FPS
  • Muzzle Energy: 1,827 ft.-lbs.
  • Case Type: Brass
  • Primer Type: Boxer, reloadable
  • Corrosive: No
  • Rounds: 500

Winchester Super-X 30-30 170 Grain in stock 2022

9 reviews for Winchester Super-X, .30-30 Winchester, PP, 170 Grain, 500 Rounds

  1. 17alonso

    The ammunition is used in a lever action for fun. The ammo worked perfectly every time.

  2. 17alonso

    I fired five shots into a one inch group with this ammo. What more can you ask for?

  3. bshoyat

    The bullet of 170 grains is a bit reliable and appears to be reliable. The price is fair and the delivery and packing is prompt.

  4. 17alonso

    Moa from My marlin’s 336. Fantastic shooting on whitetail. The last deer, shot around 40 yards was under 10 yards before falling. The bullet stopped below it on its other side, with perfect expansion and 90 percent weight retention.

  5. pbordelon

    At a sale price, it was a very good buy.

  6. weterf

    Winchester SuperX the name really says it all and the 170 grain is a hard hitting and stopping ammunition. I use this in both my Winchester and Marlin 30-30 lever action rifles. You won’t be disappointed with this product or any of the SuperX ammunition.

  7. 17alonso

    I use this for my Marlin as an airbrush gun, in which my shots are less than 100 yards. It’s killed a number of deer as well as wild hogs. It’s accurate and reliable, and helps bring the game to a minimum … I’ve not had to hunt any distance if I do my part.

  8. bshoyat

    This load shot 1 hole groups out of my 26″ Win 94 rifle with Marbles tang sight. Took 1 doe at 40 yards so far.

  9. shellyduran

    It was a great performance with the Winchester It was a great performance in Winchester Carbine using the top-eject. Factory loads are able to do 2-3 inches groups, which is fine for this rifle. Brass is great to reload. Winchester was more reliable than Remington using factory loads. The guru Ken Waters believes 150 gr bullets are more accurate when the velocity is was reduced to 2300-2330 fps. Winchester 150g SuperX recorded 2311 fps and a an average deviation of 12 which is in line with his formula. It is an excellent performer and likely to expand more rapid in the whitetail deer. I’m planning to purchase additional Winchester brass and preparing to build up loads. Carbine was amazing using 150g Hornady bullets. However, the velocity was just 2050 fps, which is quite low for a 150 grain bullet. Here’s Hornady 150g. with a 6 o’clock stop that was located in the center and HIGH in the fourth notch of iron sight. It is more accurate than Sierra Reloads. Although my tests are still underway, my objectives may be more difficult than I expected with the suggested ferrous sights as well as powders. It’s your choice will depend on your personal preference, but I’d recommend 150 grams. to hunt smaller deer using Winchester Factory rounds.

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