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.243 WSSM by Winchester, “Brass Case”, JSP, One Cartridge not a Box!


NEW Production! MINT! BRIGHT! No Spots, No Corrosion, No Dents, No Junk!
One Cartridge, the picture is showing the complete line of the 7 Winchester WSSM & WSM cartridges for reference only.
For all 7 calibers (3 WSSM and 4WSM) available, please click here: LINK!
For more information on this item, please see below.

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New production, no scratches, no dents, not corrosion, no junk! 

One Cartridge, not a box, the picture of the box is for reference only!

One Cartridge, not a Box: .243 Winchester Super Short Magnum (243 WSSM) produced  by Winchester using new Brass Cases, with a “ WINCHESTER 243 WSSM” Head-Stamp and a 100 grain PowerPoint or JSP (Jacketed Soft Point) projectile.

For more versions of this caliber see below in related items.

For all 7 calibers (3 WSSM and 4WSM) available, please click here: LINK!

History of the .243 Winchester Super Short Magnum Cartridge:
The .243  Winchester Super Short Magnum Cartridge or .243 WSSM (for short) was one of the 7 calibers in  (WSSM & WSM) cartridges introduce in the early 2000’s (app. 2003).
History of the Winchester’s Super Short and Short Magnum Cartridges:
Winchester came out with the 7 new cartridges known as the WSSM (Winchester Super Short Magnum) in .223″, .243″ and .25″ calibers and the WSM (Winchester Short Magnums) in 7mm, .270″ ,.300″ and .325″.
Basically, Winchester took the idea from the Lazzeroni Company with a slightly steeper shoulder angle, and later Remington followed with their line of short, fat cartridges .
Winchester also produced the rifles in all 7 calibers, then a few years down the road stopped making the ammunition to the dismay of all the rifle  owners.
Now it seems to be back in stock and other ammunition producers are also making the ammunition again.



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Weight 0.10 lbs