Nosler® offers three bullets which we feel are suitable for elk given an adequate cartridge: the Partition®, AccuBond® and the E-Tip®. The Partition® is a time tested, bone-crushing elk bullet. The AccuBond® was designed to perform like a Partition® with the advantage of a higher B.C. for longer range hunting. The E-tip® is monolithic (solid piece) of gilding metal designed for expansion at the same range of velocities as the Partition® and AccuBond® but because of the solid construction, maintains 95%+ weight retention for deep wound channels through muscle and bone.Tags: Elk
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