Ooolala... I like the look of these, shoot rangers personally But these are some sick puppies
Nope. Winchester makes the PDX and Speer makes Gold Dot, unless you are implying the PDX is a copy cat bullet.And isn't the PDX1 a renamed Gold Dot? What possible improvement can there be?
It's defintiely not a copycat; looking at the two side by side, they are quite different...Nope. Winchester makes the PDX and Speer makes Gold Dot, unless you are implying the PDX is a copy cat bullet.
A little off the topic, but he Speer four denium layer looks horrible!Similar.
I found mine at Bass Pro Shops but I got lucky. Went back the next day and it was all gone. Cabela's has some in various calibers. I have started getting a lot of my ammo there.Great where can we find some. Anyone shoot it from a 3" 1911.
If your right then it is a consumer rip off. I paid around $30 for a 20 round box of 40 PDX at Bass Pro. 3 days ago I paid $32.95 for box of 50 Ranger at my local gun shop. Consumers beware.According to Olin (Winchester’s parent company) the PDX1 and the Ranger Bonded is the same round. The difference is that the PDX1 is packaged in 20 round boxes for the consumer while the Ranger Bonded is packaged in 50 round boxes for LE.
There is currently no plan to discontinue the Ranger T, but I have no idea whether the STX will be phased out and replaced by the PDX1.
This is based on a phone call I had with them about two months ago.
What improvements could have been made from the Ranger T's?I carry the PDX1 and LOVE THEM. It was my understanding however that these are the improved version of the Ranger T's. I don't believe they were made to replace them, at least not any time soon. I actually prefer these over the Speer Gold Dots.