Rolling out in 2012 is the Winchester Razorback XT line of ammunition designed for hog hunting. Initially, the Razorback XT will be loaded in .223 and .308. The .223 will use a 64 grain bullet with a muzzle velocity of 3020 fps. The .308 load will use a 150 grain bullet with a velocity of 2810 fps.
Two thoughts. First, hunting wild pigs is really catching on, and it is nice to see the industry keeping up with the needs of their customers. The Razorback XT might be the first line specifically developed for hogs, but I don’t think it will be the last.
Second, I hope to see a .300 BLK round in the line soon. The .300 BLK cartridge is really gaining a lot of traction in the shooting world. From what I hear, a lot of people shooting the .300 BLK think very highly of it as a hog cartridge. I think Winchester could sell a few boxes of it.
I imagine we will get to see the Razorback XT ammo at the 2012 SHOT Show.
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