Nosler 2020 Bullet Wish List

JD338

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Nosler is always looking for our inputs for new bullets.
Let's hear what you are interested in.
.257 115-120 gr ABLR
.358 200 gr AB Protected Point
.375 220 gr BT Round Nose
.416 425-350 gr AB
.429 250 gr PT (reintroduce)
.458 300 gr PT (reintroduce)

JD338
 
6.5mm 150-156 gr Partition or AccuBond - been asking for this since my first post back in 2007, come on Nosler, the 264 WM, 6.5-300 Wby, 6.5 PRC and your own 26 Nosler are begging for this bullet.

.312 165-180 gr Ballistic Tip

.358 200 gr Ballistic Tip

.358 200 gr E Tip
 
Another year, same requests....basically.

6mm-55gr E-tip, 70gr LFBT (LR?) can't you add a boat tail? 110gr BT

7mm-100gr E-Tip, this would rock! 120gr E-tip, Barnes offers their TTSX in 120gr, please catch up?
 
I would like to see Nosler offer brass in 6mm Remington, 7x57 and .284 Winchester.

As for bullets, here’s my list -

6mm - 105 gr AB

.257 - 120 gr ABLR or AB

.277 - 160 gr AB

.308 - 220 gr AB or BT (for .300 Win or PRC)

.323 - 220-225 gr anything






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Tipped is what I would like.
Partitions as the only thing I dislike is the flatting of the tips in the magazine box during recoil
Oh the return of the .264 two diameter bullet like in the past and yes with a non melting tip.
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.257 130 gr ABLR
.416 325gr AB

.458 300 gr PT (reintroduce)
 
Hmmm, how about a 9mm-.355 150gr Ballistic tip? Maybe a 180gr or 200gr as well. Hornady has a 165gr flex tip. For 350 legend, but would be interesting in a 9x19 carbine!
 
My wishlist would include

6.5mm(.264) 130gr Ballistic Tip
7mm(.284) 120gr Etip (to compete with the Barnes TTSX)
8mm (.323) 150gr or 160gr Ballistic Tip to have more variety in the 8x57.

And Lastly, how about a tipped version of the Partition or a Hybrid style bullet much like the Trophy Bonded Bear Claw.
 
Of the ones listed I’d like anything in .257 and I’d shoot a .429 PT for sure. I’d still like to see a 30gr 17 caliber though. Small market maybe but a starving market none the less.
 
1100 Remington Man":3qm4bfm1 said:
Tipped is what I would like.
Partitions as the only thing I dislike is the flatting of the tips in the magazine box during recoil
Oh the return of the .264 two diameter bullet like in the past and yes with a non melting tip.
This Bullet updated.

HA! I didn't see you snatched my picture! HA!

Have you tried the 140 AccuBond? It is a mean mug in my 264 at 3250...
 
SJB358":3io0pcd6 said:
1100 Remington Man":3io0pcd6 said:
Tipped is what I would like.
Partitions as the only thing I dislike is the flatting of the tips in the magazine box during recoil
Oh the return of the .264 two diameter bullet like in the past and yes with a non melting tip.
This Bullet updated.

HA! I didn't see you snatched my picture! HA!

Have you tried the 140 AccuBond? It is a mean mug in my 264 at 3250...

No I have not tried the 140 AccuBond as of yet, I just deer and antelope hunt with my .264 Win Mag. Yes I like your picture of the two diameter bullets of days gone by, wish they would come back.
 
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