Winchester Service Grade .45 ACP 185 Grain Jacketed SWC 50 Rounds
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Winchester offers an excellent multi-purpose line of ammunition suitable for target shooting competition or self defense. The 185gr Jacketed Semi-Wadcutter .45 ACP Service Grade ammunition can fill nearly any roll. Inexpensive enough for plinking, with competition wadcutter performance, and a jacketed semi-wadcutter design suitable for self defense. This ammo is engineered to provide flawless function with superior ballistic performance. If you're looking for a workhorse ammunition that can do everything you ask of it, Winchester Service Grade today!
Specifications and Features:
- Winchester Service Grade SG45SWC
- .45 ACP
- 185 Grain Jacketed Semi-Wadcutter
- Brass Cased
- Uses: Target Shooting, Training, and Plinking
Winchester Service Grade .45 ACP 185 Grain Jacketed SWC
Posted by Rick Hess on Jun 29th 2021
Took these brown box Winchester cartridges to the range today along with some white box Winchester 45 185 grain types. I shot some white box 45's first through my SA RA Elite Champion a 4 inch barrel 1911 gun. This at seven yards. I then shot a couple of brown box rounds. They fell below all the white box rounds. I then grabbed a 5 inch barreled 45 1911 and performed the same tests. This time there was no deviation between the brown box and white box rounds. Conclusion: the brown box cartridges have a slower burning powder than the white box rounds. If you're used to shooting a 5 inch 1911 then you should be good. If you're shooting a 4 inch commander model then expect some fall off in round placement.