30-06 SPRINGFIELD 170 GRAIN
To begin with, 30-06 Springfield 180gr AccuBond Trophy Grade Rifle Ammunition. Loaded with a 180gr Spitzer AccuBond Bullet and Nosler Premium Brass.
Nosler Trophy Grade ammunition is loaded with Nosler AccuBond® bullets. The AccuBond’s unique white polymer tip assures accuracy and smooth chambering, while the boat-tail base at the rear of the bullet acts as a platform for large diameter mushrooms. Designed for accuracy near or far, Nosler’s Trophy Grade™ ammunition provides undeniable reliability. More over, 30-06 SPRINGFIELD 180 GRAIN
Caliber: 30-06 Springfield
Bullet Weight: 180 Grains
Bullet Type: AccuBond
Bullet Profile: Spitzer
Muzzle Velocity: 2750 FPS
Muzzle Energy: 3022 fl lbs.
Package Quantity: 20
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In January 2017 Nosler introduced the .22 Nosler. It is the fifth cartridge designed by Nosler. It is claimed that the .22 Nosler delivers 25% more case capacity and is nearly 90 m/s (300 ft/s) faster than a .223 Remington/ 5.56 NATO. The .22 Nosler is designed to use the existing bolt face of an AR-15, and conversions to this caliber can be accomplished with a simple barrel swap. The shoulder is set back slightly compared to the 5.56 cartridge to prevent accidentally chambering a 5.56 cartridge in a .22 Nosler rifle. The case diameter and taper resemble those of the 6.8mm Remington SPC; so Nosler recommends using a magazine designed for that cartridge. While similar to the 6.8 SPC in some regards, there is no parent case and the .22 Nosler cannot be formed from 6.8 SPC brass.