The .270 Winchester or 6.9 x 64 was developed in 1923 by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. It is a popular sporting round for deer ideal at the 400 – 1000 yard range and its popularity has increased with the use of recoil reducing sound moderators. A 130 grain bullet generates 2,700 foot pounds of energy.
Cufflink created from a recycled polished brass case head (rim, extractor groove and portion of cartridge body) of the.270 round. Cufflink measuring 12mm diameter by 3mm depth set on gold plated solid arm (24mm overall length).