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30.06 Springfield 180 gr Nosler Accubond, Box of 20

$34.99

Description

To begin with,30-06 springfield nosler troph. Shrink long distances down to size. Nosler® AccuBond® rifle loads’ proven bullet design pairs a precision polymer tip with a highly concentric jacket bonded to a lead core. The result is fast expansion, moderate weight retention and lethal penetration at long range.
FEATURES

More over, high-performance polymer tip and boat-tail design for more downrange velocity and energy
Concentric jacket improves long-range accuracy
Core bonded to a tapered jacket for fast, controlled expansion
Deep penetration and moderate weight retention on medium and big game
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
CARTRIDGE: 30.06 Springfield
BULLET: 180 gr
PRODUCT LINE: Nosler Accubond
MUZZLE VELOCTY: 2700 FPS
BALLISTIC COEFFICIENT: .507
APPLICATION: Big Game
SOLD BY THE BOX: 20 Shells per box.
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