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Winchester Ranger 135 gr ammunition

Discussion in 'The .40 S&W Club' started by Aquanewt, Sep 16, 2010.


  1. Aquanewt

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    Anyone know anything about it?
     

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  2. packinaglock

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    Never tried them, but I do run the Ranger T 165g in my 27 though.
     

  3. deeHKman

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    I sure know of them when i receive my G35 this will be the first i try out.

    UpDate: Scratch the 35 for now i found a 24 local so the 35 will have to wait a bit. I am ordering some of the 135gr's soon I have 165 FMJ to try at the moment
     
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  4. FLSlim

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    Haven't tried them, but like the 165s. I prefer heavier bullets/greater mass in the 40.
     
  5. obxemt

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    Getting ready to order a case because of the price.

    I sure wouldn't want to get hit with a .40 caliber bullet at 1200fps. What's not to like?
     
  6. ennis

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    I bought a case. I can make all sorts of arguments in favor of the 135gr, but it came down to it being quality defense ammo at a very good price. We are all "experts" and can use google to discuss the pros and cons of bullet weight and design, but obxemt got right down to the bottom line.