Shooting Winchester's Blind Side at Media Day

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posted on January 26, 2011
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Winchester generated a lot of buzz atSHOT ShowMedia Dayfor two reasons:

1. A spelling error.

and

2.Its new Blind Side waterfowl ammo.As I noted here, I've yet totest it,but American Rifleman managing editor Aaron Carter has, and the man will not shut up about how much he likes it. Here's a video of Carter explaining the finer points of Blind Side ammo. It's just a small sample of what I've had to endure listening to every day.

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