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243 Winchester

243 Winchester


243 Winchester

The 243 Winchester was originally called the 6mm Winchester, its named was changed to 243 Winchester when it was launched in the mid 1950ís. The popular 243 Winchester is a necked down 308 Winchester. The 243 Winchester has grown in popularity in the United States and is one of the most popular cartridges available after the 7mm-08 Remington.

The reason that the 243 Winchester is so popular is due to its versatility, it is a cartridge that is equally at home shooting deer or varmint. This makes the 243 Winchester an all year round cartridge, as soon as the varmint season ends, the 243 can be used for deer hunting. Therefore the 243 Winchester eliminates the requirement to own two different rifles. Saving you are a great deal of time on maintenance and support.

Due to the popularity of the 243 Winchester, the ammunition manufacturers are happy to make and support the 243 Winchester with a wide range of different bullets. This means that there is most likely a suitable bullet which will be suitable to most shooters. As a result, the 243 Winchester is comfortable in the hands of beginners or experienced hunters.

Depending on what beast you are hunting, bullet selection is very important. Chosen carefully, your 243 Winchester should never let you down in terms of performance whilst hunting deer. If youíre unsure of the optimum bullet, check with you local dealer. Most likely, your unique local conditions will have a big impact on this.

Most people use their 243 Winchester for hunting long range varmints and deer. As a cartridge, it is difficult to find anything negative to say about it. Itís accurate, well supported by the ammunition makers, has a low recoil and generally very popular.

The 243 Winchester is extremely popular with women, beginners and younger shooters. This is due mostly to the low recoil. It is also an extremely flexible cartridge, easy to transport and easy to find expertise on. If youíre considering your first cartridge, you wonít go to far wrong with the 243 Winchester.

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