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  • Remington Core-Lokt or Winchester Super X?

    Remington Core-Lokt or Winchester Super X?

  • #2
    On what criteria are you judging? I've never been real fond of either, since my rifles seem to prefer Federal or Hornady. I've started reloading with Barnes.

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    • #3
      I prefer Federal or Hornady. I have used Remington and Winchester, but if it is available, Hornady is my first choice, then Federal.

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      • #4
        If you want good downrange performance as well as accuracy then Nosler.
        I prefer both the Partition and Ballistic tip depending on the rifle.
        I use 130 Gr Partitions in the .270 and 100 Gr Ballistic Tips in the .25-06
        Never a problem with either.
        You have to spend a bit of time and effort to work up a load your rifle likes but when you find it - it will work forever!

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        • #5
          I'm with Vette on this one. My reload choice is Nosler.
          But to make a choice , I go with the Winchester. Nothing to base it on except past experiences with both. Winchester performed more "favorably" for me.
          But you need to be a little more specific with the firearm and scenerio you intend.

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          • #6
            winchester

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            • #7
              Core Lokt and Super X are going to cost you less than premium ammo such as Nosler. Don't get me wrong, Nosler is a great bullet. Core Lokt and Super X will kill deer and elk size game just as easy as the premium ammo. What do you think your father and his father used to hunt with back in the 40's, 50's and 60's? Cheap over the counter ammo. Premium ammo did not exist. Don't be fooled by all the manufacturers who try to tell you that you need premium ammo to kill big game. Core Lokt has been around for many years and at one time was considered to be the premium bullet. Go with what your wallet can absorb. Trust me, the deer won't know what bullet killed him.

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