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Norma Plastic Point .308 Winchester 180gr

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Components

308 Win.

This is the sporting version of 7,62x51mm NATO. It was introduced by Winchester in 1952 - only a year after the new NATO cartridge. As most other military cartridges it was expected to become popular for hunting quickly and Winchester wisely decided to make a civilian version with their name.

The purpose of the new military design was to make a more compact cartridge with a quicker cycle rate than the .30-06, and enabling a soldier to carry more rounds. It also has excellent accuracy potential and is favored by many target shooters. As the .308 Winchester fits into short bolt actions and delivers almost the same energy as the .30-06 with medium weight bullets it has become one of the most popular cartridges in the world.

The case capacity is not suited to bullets much heavier than 180 grains, however, and accordingly some hunters finds it too light for the largest species like the big bears. It is important to know that the .308 Winchester is not entirely identical to the 7,62 NATO in all dimensions due to differences in tolerances, and some rifle chambers cannot handle military ammunition.

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Norma Plastic Point

The Plastic Point is effective and popular, especially among continental hunters. It is highly accurate, with rapid expansion, and ensures the desired result at the target.The Plastic Point protects the bullet from recoil battering in the magazine and guarantees problem-free function in semiautomatics.

Loaded in the calibres:
7x65 R
280 Rem.
7x64
7 mm Rem. Mag.
308 Win.
30-06
300 Win. Mag.
9,3x62
9,3x74 R

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