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One old Winchester-Western newsletter noted that Herb Parsons "fired 12 guns in 52 different ways over 700 times in approximately 57 minutes.
This has been an excellent show," said Ed Matunas of Winchester-Western Components.
Before joining Total Research, Devine was Manager of Market Intelligence, Winchester-Western Division of Olin Corporation, where he also served as Vice Chairman of the Public Affairs Council that advised management on governmental and public affairs.
Olin's Winchester-Western Group actually began to evaluate the losses of waterfowl via lead poisoning as far back as 1948.
We used Winchester-Western unprimed cases since they are usually harder in the head/web area, and have thinner case walls (more internal capacity) than most other brands.
The Powley Computer deals only with Du Pont IMR powders, however, whereas the Load From A Disk program covers a much broader range-including Du Pont, Winchester-Western, Hodgdon, Hercules and Accurate Arms propellants.
22 Maximum Velocity Long Rifles and Winchester-Western Mark III Super Match .
Winchester-Western had introduced a highly efficient, bottle cap shaped, obturating over-powder wad and their Mark-V plastic shot wrapper that reduced shot deformation and improved patterns considerably.