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- Bullets: Why do you list maximum and minimum velocities for your bullets?
Answer: Min - Max velocities are meant as a guide line for optimum performance of our projectiles under hunting conditions. An impact below minimum will still ...
- Bullets: What is the difference between the Ballistic Tip® and the AccuBond®?
Answer: Externally, they look the same except for the tip colors, Ballistic Tip® bullets are color-coded by caliber while all AccuBond® bullets have white tips. Internally ...
- Bullets: Can I hunt deer sized game with the Ballistic Tip® Varmint bullet?
Answer: The Ballistic Tip® Varmint bullet is designed for rapid expansion on thin skinned game no larger than coyote. Varmint bullets are not designed to adequately ...
- Bullets: What is the difference between the Ballistic Tip® Varmint bullet and Ballistic Tip® Lead-Free™ (BTLF)?
Answer: The major difference between the two varmint bullets is the internal construction of each. The traditional Ballistic Tip® bullet has a lead core while the ...
- Bullets: Can the Bonded Solid Base® (BSB) bullet be used for hunting?
Answer: 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 ...
- Bullets: What is the E-Tip®?
Answer: The E-Tip® bullet is a lead-free boat tailed design with an O.D. green polymer tip. The E-Tip® is approved for use in all lead-free areas, ...
- E-Tip: Loading the E-Tip®
Answer: Due to copper being lighter (less dense) than lead, E-Tips will be longer than lead-core bullets of equal caliber and weight. For example, a 30 ...
- Solid: What are Solids used for?
Answer: Solid, or monolithic bullets, are designed for maximum penetration on dangerous game animals. The minimum caliber allowable for dangerous game animals is 9.3mm, or .366 ...
- Sporting Handgun: Is it safe to load the 45 caliber, 250 grain revolver bullet into a semi-automatic
Answer: Nosler’s revolver bullets were not designed, nor do we recommend them to be used in semi-automatic firearms. ...
- Bullets: Is there a difference in terminal performance between the Varmageddon® bullet and the Ballistic Tip®
Answer: Both bullets are designed to deliver a tremendous amount of energy transfer on smaller animals. However, because of the thicker, boat-tail copper base of the ...
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