Manufactured in the USA, the new Winchester AA Diamond Grade cartridges are aimed at clay shooting enthusiasts who want the best when they get on the firing stand.
Featuring a 76 mm black plastic shell casing with a nickel-plated head, the new Winchester AA Diamond Grade cartridge is available with a 28 or 32 g copper plated shot load with an 8% antimony content. Shot is precision sorted for homogeneity before loading for maximum consistency and tighter patterns. Thanks to the high percentage of antimony, shot is the hardest available on the market and this feature ensures less deformation inside the barrel – with a better shot pattern in flight – and a more destructive effect on clay pigeons.
Winchester AA Diamond Grade, every component at the top
The Diamond Grade series cartridges are at the highest end of Winchester's sports production, and it's no coincidence that the "Elite" label on the packaging further underlines the uniqueness of this product. In addition to the type of shot, the rest of the components contribute to make this ammo very high performance.
The shot load is placed in the legendary Winchester AA wad, that noticeably reduces felt recoil. Thanks to its special elastic structure, the AA wad cushions the initial acceleration of pellets and reduces their deformation, while ensuring maximum muzzle velocity.
The exit velocity of the 28-g version is 382 meters per second, while for the 32-g version it's 396 meters per second. In both loads shot size is 7 1/2. Winchester AA Diamond Grade cartridges are marketed in classic 25-piece cardboard boxes. To learn more, watch the video.