With the tapered jacket that ensures controlled expansion at a wide range of velocities and Nosler’s proprietary AccuBond® bonding technology, the BSB is an ideal bullet for hunting deer and smaller game with .22 caliber, centerfire rifles. The BSB is ideal for 223 Rem and because of the protected point design on the 22-64gr BSB, they will reliably stabilize in a 1-14” twist barrel commonly seen in rifles chambered for 22-250 Rem.Tags: Bonded Solid Base, BSB
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