Ah okay. I had them in .44 mag. I thought maybe they were great bullets that were deemed "too violent" by the public, like Black Talons.JonM said:im assuming your speaking about rifle ammunition. the silver tip is a marketing toy. no real fundamental difference than winchesters standard soft point. they just colored the lead tip silver and gave it a fancy name to sell ammo. with the state of things in the last few years winchester and most other companies stopped wasting money on marketing and just get their ammo to the as shelf fast they can, and it sells with no real trouble.
most folks just look for winchester whitebox.
No I mean Silvertip hollow points. I know what the polymer tips areMarlinman said:I think he means the polymer tipped ballistics y'all. They still make em....they are just expensive as all get out. All they are is a black moly coated polymer tipped ballistic in a nichol coated casing
Zombiemax is definitely a marketing ploy. Stupidly, people are buying it. The last gun show I went to, there were so many people talkin about zombies and the zombie apocalypse. They were serious too.robocop10mm said:Marketing "ploy". I guess all marketing is a ploy to some degree. Silvertips were/are good bullets. They work. Now Zombiemax IS a marketing ploy. Black Talon, Silvertip, Gold Dot, Starfire, Golden Sabre, DRT. All marketing labels designed to set them apart from the rest of the competition.
Just another example of the decline of our civilization. It has been said that human brain function has peaked and is likely to be in decline. There appears to be plenty of evidence to support this contention. GDZombiemax is definitely a marketing ploy. Stupidly, people are buying it. The last gun show I went to, there were so many people talkin about zombies and the zombie apocalypse. They were serious too.