Ranger T testing From Winchester: Excellent Comparison Tool

Ranger T Testing From Winchester: Excellent Comparison Tool

This is a discussion on Ranger T Testing From Winchester: Excellent Comparison Tool within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Here's a valuable link from Winchester on how their Ranger T line-up compares to various calibers / bullet weights in different test media. You can ...

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    Here's a valuable link from Winchester on how their Ranger T line-up compares to various calibers / bullet weights in different test media. You can also input your favorite bullet weights for comparison through Bare Gelatin, 4-Layer Denim, Heavy Cloth, and Wallboard.

    This tool is valuable in that you can compare up to 4 separate Ranger T bullets of different calibers / weights directly against each other. Example: a 9mm 147-gr. load to a 40 cal. 165-gr. or 180-gr., or to a 45 ACP in 230-gr., or to the 357 Sig (unbonded T-Series or Bonded).

    Play with it a bit and you might be pleasantly surprised as to what performs well (9mm 147-gr.) and what combination is average (40 cal 165-gr. T-Series or 357 unbonded T-Series 125-gr.). In the unbonded T-Series, heavy for caliber bullet weights outperform their lighter counterparts. Moderate weight bonded bullets are also improving as outlined in these tests.

    http://www.winchester.com/SiteCollec...law_bullit.swf
    Aim for the Thoracic Triangle Area between the armpits and the base of throat.

    1. Shot Placement: Center Mass Between the Armpits & Base of Throat
    2. Heavy for Caliber Bullet Weight / Construction
    3. Choice of Caliber


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    Here's another link to the same Ranger T Comparison Tool:

    http://www.winchester.com/SiteCollec...law_bullit.swf
    Aim for the Thoracic Triangle Area between the armpits and the base of throat.

    1. Shot Placement: Center Mass Between the Armpits & Base of Throat
    2. Heavy for Caliber Bullet Weight / Construction
    3. Choice of Caliber

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