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Winchester Reduced Recoil .460 S&W

Winchester Reduced Recoil .460 S&W

Winchester's .460 S&W Reduced Recoil round features a 250-grain jacketed hollowpoint bullet, a muzzle velocity of 1,450 fps, and a muzzle energy of 1,517 ft-lbs.

The load offers a nearly 50-percent reduction in recoil, but it retains enough energy for hunting deer-sized game and predators at normal handgun distances.


For more information, contact Winchester Ammunition, 427 North Shamrock St., East Alton, IL 62024; 618-258-3242.


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