I wasn't able to set up the Chrony for my own velocity readings, so I'm going with Winchesters, which say 1900 fps at the muzzle with 1202 fp energy. Test rifle was a AR pattern with a 16" barrel and a Vortex Strike Eagle scope.
First off, no misfeeds, misfires, problems of any kind. Only 20 rounds, but still nice. Second, at 100 yards this was a typical group:
Was able to take a few shots before the end at 200 yards, which gave this(the blacked-out larger holes we will not speak of, different thing)
The other cartridge tried was Winchester 200-grain Open Tip Subsonic Range, which appears to be out of stock currently. Velocity 1010 at the muzzle, energy shows 499fp. This was shot through a Silencerco Hybrid suppressor(because it was available, and why not?) Yes, it was pretty quiet; earplugs only quite comfortable, and being outside could probably have shot without them if nobody else shooting. Due to the lower velocity had to use the first stadia line at 100 yards:
And that's the end of my report. Winchester generally makes good stuff, and this seems to hold true. Thanks to Widener's, and the ammo(if in stock) should be on this page. And yes, a little more to try out.