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Effective on small- to medium-sized game at distances beyond 500 yards, the .270 Winchester has become one of the most popular rifle cartridges in America. And with the proper bullet, the .270 can also take on larger game such as moose or elk. Learn More

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  1. Prvi Partizan 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 130 Grain SP Ammunition

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    $17.00 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Prvi Partizan

    • Made by Prvi Partizan
    • 20 Rounds
    • 85¢ Cost Per Round
    • 130 Grain
    • SP Bullet
    • Foreign-made Range
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 3051 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2677 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Prvi Partizan SKU PP2701
    • UPC 8605003800293
  2. Winchester 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 150 Grain PP Ammunition

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    $18.00 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Winchester

    • Made by Winchester
    • 20 Rounds
    • 90¢ Cost Per Round
    • 150 Grain
    • PP Bullet
    • American-made Range
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2850 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2705 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Winchester SKU X2704
    • UPC 020892200050
  3. Federal 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 150 Grain SP Ammunition

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    $18.00 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Federal

    • Made by Federal
    • 20 Rounds
    • 90¢ Cost Per Round
    • 150 Grain
    • SP Bullet
    • American-made Discount Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2830 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2667 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Federal SKU 270B
    • UPC 029465084363
  4. Prvi Partizan 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 150 Grain SP Ammunition

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    $18.00 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Prvi Partizan

    • Made by Prvi Partizan
    • 20 Rounds
    • 90¢ Cost Per Round
    • 150 Grain
    • SP Bullet
    • Foreign Discount Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2837 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2677 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Prvi Partizan SKU PP2702
    • UPC 8605003800309
  5. Sellier & Bellot 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 150 Grain SP Ammunition

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    $18.50 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
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  6. Winchester 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 130 Grain PP Ammunition

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    $18.99 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Winchester

    • Made by Winchester
    • 20 Rounds
    • 95¢ Cost Per Round
    • 130 Grain
    • PP Bullet
    • American-made Range
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 3060 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2702 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Winchester SKU X2705
    • UPC 020892200067
  7. Remington 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 100 Grain PSP Ammunition

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    $19.00 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Remington

    • Made by Remington
    • 20 Rounds
    • 95¢ Cost Per Round
    • 100 Grain
    • PSP Bullet
    • American-made Discount Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2710 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 1875 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Remington SKU R270W1-21325
    • UPC 047700052809
  8. Hornady American Whitetail 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 140 Grain InterLock Ammunition

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    $19.99 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Hornady

    • Made by Hornady
    • 20 Rounds
    • 100¢ to $1.00 Cost Per Round
    • 140 Grain
    • SP Bullet
    • American-made Discount Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2940 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2687 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Hornady SKU 80534
    • UPC 090255805345
  9. Remington 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 130 Grain PSP Ammunition

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    $20.00 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Remington

    • Made by Remington
    • 20 Rounds
    • $1.00 Cost Per Round
    • 130 Grain
    • PSP Bullet
    • American-made Range
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 3060 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2702 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Remington SKU R270W2
    • UPC 047700052908
  10. Fiocchi 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 130 Grain PSP Ammunition

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    $20.00 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Fiocchi

    • Made by Fiocchi
    • 20 Rounds
    • $1.00 Cost Per Round
    • 130 Grain
    • PSP Bullet
    • Foreign-made Range
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 3010 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2614 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Fiocchi SKU 270SPB
  11. Federal 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 130 Grain SP Ammunition

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    $20.50 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Federal

    • Made by Federal
    • 20 Rounds
    • $1.03 Cost Per Round
    • 130 Grain
    • SP Bullet
    • American-made Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 3060 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2703 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Federal SKU 270A
    • UPC 029465084356
  12. Hornady 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 130 Grain SP Ammunition

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    $20.50 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Hornady

    • Made by Hornady
    • 20 Rounds
    • $1.03 Cost Per Round
    • 130 Grain
    • SP Bullet
    • American-made Discount Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 3060 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2702 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Hornady SKU 8053
    • UPC 090255380538
  13. Federal Fusion 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 150 Grain Fusion Ammunition

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    $20.99 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Federal

    • Made by Federal
    • 20 Rounds
    • $1.05 Cost Per Round
    • 150 Grain
    • Fusion Bullet
    • American-made Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2850 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2705 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Federal SKU F270FS2
    • UPC 029465097875
  14. Winchester Deer Season XP 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 130 Grain Polymer Tipped Ammunition

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    $21.75 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Winchester

    • Made by Winchester
    • 20 Rounds
    • $1.09 Cost Per Round
    • 130 Grain
    • Polymer Tipped Bullet
    • American-made Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 3060 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2702 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Winchester SKU X270DS
    • UPC 020892221499
  15. Fiocchi 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 150 Grain PSP Ammunition

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    $22.50 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Fiocchi

    • Made by Fiocchi
    • 20 Rounds
    • $1.13 Cost Per Round
    • 150 Grain
    • PSP Bullet
    • Foreign Discount Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2850 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • Fiocchi SKU 270SPE
    • UPC 762344709123
  16. Hornady 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 150 Grain SP Ammunition

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    $25.99 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Hornady

    • Made by Hornady
    • 20 Rounds
    • $1.30 Cost Per Round
    • 150 Grain
    • SP Bullet
    • American-made Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 2840 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • Hornady SKU 8058
    • UPC 090255380583
  17. Hornady 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 130 Grain GMX Ammunition

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    $30.99 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Hornady

    • Made by Hornady
    • 20 Rounds
    • $1.55 Cost Per Round
    • 130 Grain
    • GMX Bullet
    • American-made Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 3050 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2685 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Hornady SKU 80527
    • UPC 090255805277
  18. Hornady 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 130 Grain SST Ammunition

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    $32.00 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Hornady

    • Made by Hornady
    • 20 Rounds
    • $1.60 Cost Per Round
    • 130 Grain
    • SST Bullet
    • American-made Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 3060 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2702 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Hornady SKU 80543
    • UPC 090255380545
  19. Federal Vital-Shok 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 130 Grain Nosler Partition SP Ammunition

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    $32.99 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Federal

    • Made by Federal
    • 20 Rounds
    • $1.65 Cost Per Round
    • 130 Grain
    • SP Bullet
    • American-made Hunting
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 3060 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2703 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Federal SKU P270P
    • UPC 029465097738
  20. Barnes 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 130 Grain TTSX Ammunition

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    $39.95 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • Made by Barnes

    • Made by Barnes
    • 20 Rounds
    • $2.00 Cost Per Round
    • 130 Grain
    • TTSX Bullet
    • American-made Range
    • New Condition
    • Brass Casing
    • Boxer Primer
    • 3060 FPS Muzzle Velocity
    • 2704 ft lbs Muzzle Energy
    • Barnes SKU 21524
    • UPC 716876027033
  21. Winchester 270 Win Ammo - 20 Rounds of 130 Grain HP Ammunition

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    $40.75 Price

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    • 20 Rounds
    • $2.04 Cost Per Round
    • 130 Grain
    • HP Bullet
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Since being introduced in 1925, the .270 Winchester has steadily become one of the world's most popular centerfire rifle cartridges – thanks to writer Jack O'Connor's tireless promotion. Over the course of 40 years, Jack sang the praises of this round in the pages of Outdoor Life.

The dimensions of the .270 are similar to the .30-06, except that it fires a 0.277" caliber bullet versus the .30-06 diameter of 0.308." It has a reputation for mild recoil and effectiveness as a hunting round in North America, where it is perhaps the most storied and celebrated big game round – thanks to the tireless work of Jack O’Connor. Depending on the bullet weight, you can use this round for dropping varmints or for shooting elk and moose.

However, this isn’t just a hunting round by any means. After the Second World War, the round became popular among hunters, but also metallic silhouette shooters. This is why it’s one of the most popular and manufactured rounds in the world today – versatility – which makes it pretty easy to find cheap .270 ammo. You can purchase firearms chambered for the 270 Winchester in single shot, lever action, autoloaders, pump action, bolt action, and even double rifles for the big game hunters out there.

One of the things making this round so versatile is that it can carry a wide array of different loads. Here’s a quick guide to the different loads you can get in 270, or can even handload yourself:

  • Under 110 Grains: This is the right load for most varmints. Basically anything smaller than a coyote is going to be a match for this load.
  • 130 Grains: This is the right weight for medium-sized game like mule deer or antelope.
  • 140 Grains or Above: This is the right load for bigger game. Moose, elk and deer can all be felled with 270 Winchester when thusly loaded.

The .270 Winchester propels a soft point bullet weighing 130 grains down range at 3,060 feet per second, maintaining a comparatively flat trajectory for longer distances. Bullets weighing between 90 and 160 grains are available with bullet types including SST and Nosler Partition, making the .270 a remarkably versatile cartridge with comparable performance to the 6.5x55mm Swedish Mauser.

When the cartridge debuted in 1925, it was not an instant sensation. In fact, a lot of people complained that the high-powered round unnecessarily damaged meat. At this time in history, scopes were not very often used and so the flattened trajectory didn’t mean that much to the ammunition consumer of 1925.

Jack O’Connor: Champion of the 270 Winchester

Part of why this round, now one of the most popular in the world, was able to catch on was through the tireless work of one Jack O’Connor. He was an early adopter of the 270 Winchester and was happy to sing its praises to anyone who might listen. No one is sure what phase of his life Jack O’Connor was in when he purchased his first firearm chambered for the 270 Winchester. He might have been in Arkansas getting his undergraduate degree, working as a cub reporter in Chicago, or doing post-graduate work in Missouri.

What we do know, however, is that he had not returned to his native Arizona as of yet. And that he wasn’t a sheep hunter as of yet (his first sheep hunt took place during a sweltering August in 1934). It’s often said that he hunted exclusively with a 270 Win, though this was not actually the case. O’Connor was just as comfortable with a 30-06 as any other man of his time and place. What’s more, he generally opted for heavier duty rounds when hunting big game, such as .416 Rigby or 375 H&H Mag rounds. He was also known to use the wildcat round .450 Watts. Finally, as a man writing about guns, he was to some degree obligated to use a variety of different weapons.

With all this said, the 270 was arguably his preferred rifle. He even took it with him as his light rifle when big game hunting in Africa. It was almost always by his side when sheep hunting in Western Canada, where it dropped several caribou, goats, moose and even grizzlies. He also took the rifle with him when hunting in the mountains of Iran. When he relocated from Arizona to Idaho, he took his rifles with him and used them in his declining years on many of his final hunts.

It’s quite possible – probable even, given how versatile and effective the round is – that it would have eventually taken off even without the blessing of O’Connor. However, the pair’s fortunes rose together and their fates are now inextricably linked.

The History of the 270 Winchester

In the early 1920s, the premier round for hunters was the .30-06. Winchester sought a way to leverage what worked about this round, but also to improve upon it. It’s likely that they saw the 7mm round, popular in Germany, as an inspiration. Combining the two would result in making the 30-06 a lighter round, which means a flatter trajectory and less recoil.

There was just one problem with making the 30-06 into a 7mm round: After the First World War, the metric system was deeply unpopular in the United States, associated with the Imperial German Army. It wasn’t just the Germans – the Spanish were also on the metric system at this point, and they were America’s previous big enemy. Winchester got around this by creating an entirely new cartridge of basically the same size as the 7mm, and they wanted it to be their big flagship round.

The first .270 Winchester rolled off the line in 1925, and was chambered in the Winchester Model 54 – a rifle that was originally far more popular than the ammunition, and the Model 70 soon followed. It featured 130 grain bullets and came pretty close to its advertised speed of 3,160 feet per second. Winchester wanted to make a big and immediate splash, but it wasn’t in the cards. Many found the rifle as a new standard in American gunsmithing, but the .270 sold so poorly that Winchester considered pulling the plug for awhile. Americans were too in love with their .30-06 rounds, which, it is fair to say, had a lot more power than the original .270s. What’s more, for American veterans of World War I, the .30-06 was the round.

Enter Jack O’Connor and his love affair with the round, getting the attention of many American sportsmen. That was all the nudging that it needed. More than anything, O’Connor introduced the round to the West – as it is far less practical in the Eastern half of the U.S. than it is in the Western half, thanks to the heavy forest and cover that the eastern states are known for. In the West, known for its empty, open country, hunters needed something accurate for hundreds of yards.

There were other reasons for the round taking off. For one, the increasing popularity of bolt action rifles helped to make the .270 more palatable. So did a wider array of loads, as well as a reduction in the charge and thus the velocity. And, in some ways, the round was a little ahead of its time. While the market at the time simply wasn’t ready, tastes eventually changed and the market caught up. The .270 would become one of the most popular rounds in the world.

The .270 has since been chambered in nearly every manufacturer's version of a long action bolt rifle made since the mid 1900s. Examples include the Remington 700, the Winchester Model 70, CZ 550, Blaser R8, and TC Venture. The .270 has also been chambered in single-shot rifles like the H&R Handi-Rifle, as well as the Remington 7600 pump action, Browning BLR lever action, and semi-automatic rifles including Remington's Model 7400 and the Browning BAR.

Finding cheap 270 ammo and bulk 270 ammo is rarely difficult, and will have you ready for just about any situation. Whether you need to put food on the table, defend yourself, or win your next competition – the .270 cartridge is versatile enough to do all of the above.

FAQ

What does 270 Win mean?

The .270 Winchester is an American hunting cartridge developed by Winchester Repeating Arms Company and released in 1925 with the Winchester Model 54. Its parent case is the .30-03 Government, which is also the parent for other rounds such as the .280 and .30-06. It’s popular today for North America’s medium game and some large game, including whitetail deer. It’s seen more use in the West, where the range of the .270 Win can be fully utilized.

What is the history of 270 Winchester ammunition?

The .270 Winchester was developed by Winchester Repeating Arms in 1923 and released to the public as a new hunting cartridge in 1925. Although highly effective at great distances of 500 or more yards, the .270 Win was not highly esteemed after its release; other than its range, which wasn’t needed by hunters East of the Mississippi, the cartridge did little to improve on the .30-06 which was America’s favorite hunting cartridge. But after much promotion and praise given by Jack O’Connor and other gun writers of the era, the .270 Win started to gain some traction and finally found its place as an effective long-distance ammo for medium game and even some large game like whitetail deer and elk.

What can you hunt with 270 Winchester ammo?

You can hunt most of North America’s medium-sized game with the .270 Win and even some of its large game. It’s highly effective on varmints, as well as sheep, boar, and deer, especially in the West, where long-distance is necessary. In some situations, the .270 Win can even handle larger game such as elk and moose.

What is the best 270 ammo for hunting deer?

For deer hunting, most hunters agree that 130 to 150 grain is the best weight for .270 Win ammo. These bullets give you a high velocity with enough energy to penetrate deep into the animal and still make the bullet expand. Opt for a commercial ammo brands such as Hornady, Federal, Remington, or Winchester.

What is the effective range of 270 Winchester ammo?

The .270 Winchester is considered a long-distance cartridge and with good reason. When shooting deer-sized animals, most agree that with a 130 to 140 grain bullet, you can still have 1,200 pounds of energy for a kill shot at 450 yards. For those who are comfortable with only 1,000 pounds of energy, the effective range can be as long as 500 yards. If opting for a lighter bullet, expect the range to be limited, as the flat trajectory common of the .270 Win wobbles at extreme distances with the lighter bullet.

Is 308 ammunition more powerful than 270 Winchester ammo?

When comparing .308 and .270 Win ammunition, the .270 has more power. Although the .308 has a larger projectile, the .270 Win is loaded to a higher pressure (65,000 psi compared to 62,000 psi). The combination of the lighter bullet and higher pressure leads to the .270 having a higher velocity (3,000-3,603 feet per second compared to 2,510-3,100 psi) and greater energy (2,595-2,998 foot pound force compared to 2,588-2,700).

Which is more expensive, .270 ammo or .30-06 ammo?

When comparing the .270 Win to the .30-06, .270 ammunition is more expensive. This is due to the popularity of the .30-06, which is considered one of America’s favorite hunting cartridges. On average, commercial ammo loads of the .270 Win start at about $0.90 a round, while .30-06 cartridges start at about $0.57 a round.

What is the best .270 Winchester ammo to use with a Mossberg Patriot Rifle?

The Mossberg Patriot Rifle chambered in .270 Winchester should be able to shoot any commercial ammunition well. For hunting large game, such as mule deer or elk, consider .270 Win rounds in Hornady SST or Federal Fusion.

270 Ballistics: Chart of Average 270 Ballistics

Note: This information comes from the manufacturer and is for informational purposes only. The actual ballistics obtained with your firearm can vary considerably from the advertised ballistics. Also, ballistics can vary from lot to lot with the same brand and type load.

270 Bullet WEIGHT Muzzle VELOCITY (fps) Muzzle ENERGY (ft. lbs.) TRAJECTORY (in.)
  Muzzle 100 yds. 200 yds. 300 yds. 400 yds. Muzzle 100 yds. 200 yds. 300 yds. 400 yds. 100 yds. 200 yds. 300 yds. 400 yds.
100 Grain 3430 3021 2649 2305 1988 2612 2027 1557 1179 877 2 1 -4.9 -17.5
115 Grain 2710 2482 2265 2059 n/a 1875 1485 1161 896 n/a 0 4.8 -17.3 0
120 Grain 2675 2288 1935 1619 1351 1907 1395 998 699 486 2.6 0 -12 -37.4
130 Grain 3060 2776 2510 2259 2022 2702 2225 1818 1472 1180 2.5 1.4 -5.3 -18.2
130 Grain Supreme 3150 2881 2628 2388 2161 2865 2396 1993 1646 1348 1.3 0 -6.4 -18.9
130 Grain Superformance 3200 2984 2788 2582 2393 2955 2570 2228 1924 1653 1.2 0 -5.7 -16.7
135 Grain 3000 2780 2570 2369 2178 2697 2315 1979 1682 1421 2.5 1.4 -6 -17.6
140 Grain 2940 2700 2480 2260 2060 2685 2270 1905 1590 1315 2.5 1.8 -4.6 -17.9
140 Grain 2940 2747 2563 2386 2216 2687 2346 2042 1770 1526 1.8 0 -6.8 -19.8
150 Grain 2850 2585 2336 2100 1879 2705 2226 1817 1468 1175 2.5 1.2 -6.5 -22
155 Grain Supreme 2930 2693 2468 2254 2051 2860 2416 2030 1693 1402 1.7 0 -7.4 -21.6
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  • Marty said:

    "Bought 2 box's of xp 130 grain for deer season this year. I did shoot a Buck at 250 yards and a Doe at 170 yards using this ammo. Both deer dropped in their tracks and I was impressed with the knock down power and accuracy of the loads. My problem with these shells is that between the 2 box's I bought I have now fired 27 of the 40 rounds and have had 3 shells jam in my gun, 1 of which was out in the field while hunting. Fortunately it would have been my 2nd shot if it was needed. My rifle is a brand new Tika bolt action. I have also fired Remington and Hornady rounds through this gun at the range with no problems. I have had no problems with Winchester ammunition in the past, but this problem seems to be a quality control issue at Winchester. Hopefully they can solve the problem as otherwise I like the ammunition. Will not more for at least awhile due to the above issues."