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|Bullet Weight||180 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Brass Enclosed Base (BEB)|
|Ammo Casing||Brass Casings|
|Ammo Caliber||.40 S&W Ammo For Sale|
|Primer Type||Boxer Primers|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||990|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||392|
Winchester ammunition has been around since 1873 and remains as one of the most popular brands of target ammo seen at ranges all over the country. In this review, we tested Winchester's WinClean ammo in a 40 Smith and Wesson. The 180-grain bullet features a lead core with a metal jacket, but unlike most full metal jacket ammo, the WinClean bullet is what Winchester calls a brass enclosed base, or BEB.
The base of the bullet is completely enclosed in the jacket, while the tip of the bullet is exposed lead. This supposedly minimizes the shooters exposure to lead, which could be an issue for those who use indoor ranges. The primer is also different most other ammo. It has no lead or other toxic substances in it for the shooter to breathe in.
WinClean ammo, like most other Winchester ammo, uses a brass case suitable for reloading. Performance of the WinClean ammo was on par with what we've come to expect from Winchester target ammo. It has good reliability and functioned well in all of our test guns. Accuracy from the bench at 15 yards were decent using a SIG P226. WinClean ammo is a great choice for the range for anyone who might be concerned about keeping a clean range environment with a minimum of potentially harmful airborne substances.
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