338 WIN MAG AMMO
This, of course, is my personal opinion, however I’m sure I’m not alone in this. Shooting 200-225-grain bullets, ranging from 2,950 to 2,800 fps The 338 Win. Mag. generates the type of energetic energy that makes an elk slumber and look around, yet it doesn’t have enough recoil that hunters bewilder themselves. It is aimed at 200 yards. these powerful slugs shoot just a little more than a 180-grain bullet . 300 Win. Mag. Let’s look at the history and performance of 338 Win. Mag. for a full appreciation of this amazing huge game.
Like its cousins, the like its close relatives the. Mag. 300 Win. Mag., 300 Win. as well as 458 Win. Mag., and 458 Win. The Winchester 338 magnum stemmed off the original case of the 375 H&H Magnum case from 1912. The plan of Winchester was to modify this belted and long magnum case so that it could work with the Model 70’s 3006-length “standard length action,” however, it would have more powder capacity that the 3006 Springfield because of it’s larger. Engineers cut the 375 brass by 2.85-inches to 2.5-inches Then they took the bulk of the taper off its body, then squeezed its neck in order to hold the .338-inch size bullet and then designed the shoulder at a 25-degree angle to mix the two. They came up with an impressive design that could hold the equivalent of 86 grains of water, and plenty of powder to finish the job. The numbers are within an inches or less from the well-respected 300 Win. Mag. And Rifles and ammunition – 338 win mag ammo is capable of launching heavier bullets than the .30 caliber (7.62mm) cartridges. The most common bullets. If you’re looking for a Magnum that works