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Deer Season XP – Why You Need This Lethal Load This Season by Melissa Bachman

I'm the type of person who likes things specialized. It's important for me to use the absolute best ammunition possible on any given hunt, regardless of species or location.

I put in so much time during the off-season training and throughout the season scouting and hunting that when the moment of truth comes…I want no excuses. Winchester introduced Deer Season XP because they wanted to ensure deer hunters had something specific to their needs. This round was designed with only one thing in mind: dropping big deer in their tracks. 

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Offered in the most popular deer hunting rounds, Winchester offers a wide variety of calibers to fit your needs.

I like shooting Deer Season XP in a .300 Win. Mag with 150-grain bullets. Deer Season XP was designed with a noticeably larger polymer tip that accelerates bullet expansion. This causes massivetrauma and huge wound  channels. Combined with incredible accuracy and downrange performance, it’s easy to see why Deer Season XP is the perfect choice for deer hunters around the country. When you’re looking for optimal performance on a big buck, let the innovative technology at Winchester ensure you’re bringing down big bucks right in their tracks.

I’ve been using Deer Season XP season after season on everything from big whitetails to giant mule deer. The results speak for themselves. Big bucks going down with no tracking necessary. The innovation and technology Winchester has put forth creating these rounds show the true commitment to making each and every hunter the best they can be. If you love deer hunting, give the Winchester Deer Season XP a try and I can promise you the results will speak for themselves.

Melissa Bachman
Melissa Bachman
With a degree in broadcast journalism, Melissa set sights on a career in the outdoors. Traveling over 300 days a year to shoot for Winchester Deadly Passion, Bachman considers this her “dream job.” With a love for children, industry trade shows and the great outdoors, she films around the world for her adrenaline-pumped series.