Winchester Supreme/Nosler E-Tip

Winchester Supreme/Nosler E-Tip

"No-lead" restrictions are the wave of the future on many state wildlife agency lands. To meet the need, Nosler built the E-Tip -- a one-piece, 210 copper alloy, olive-green tipped projectile. The E-Tip has a boattail design for a more efficient flight profile.

On the inside, Nosler's Energy Expansion Cavity provides a dual expansion chamber for a uniform mushroom and 95-plus percent weight retention. E-Tip comes in 6mm, .270, 7mm, .30 and .338 calibers and is loaded in Winchester Supreme's Combined Technology line.


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