Nosler Bullet Wish List 2019

JD338

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What is your Nosler Bullet Wish List for 2019?
Here is what I would like to see. What about you?

.257 120 gr ABLR
.358 200 gr Protected Pt AB
.416 350 gr AB
.429 250 gr Partition
.451 260 gr Partition
.458 300 gr Partition
.458 350 gr Partition

JD338
 
I wish they made a 125gr Partition in .30, for lighter recoil if my wife or boy are shooting, I use nothing but partitions in game rifles and had to use some SST’s this round


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6.5mm 150 gr AccuBond
6.5mm 150 gr Partition
358 200 gr E Tip

Been asking for the heavy 6.5 mm bullets for years now, you would think with new rounds like the 26 Nosler and 6.5/300 Wby there would be a market for those. The 6.5 PRC could push them out at at good velocity as well. In the smaller 6.5's they would be a real thumper for moose and elk too. Should have a good b.c. even by today's standards. A 358 200 gr E Tip would be very useful to a bunch of us.
 
Of those mentioned above already:
6.5 150 gr AB
358 200 gr Protected Point AB
416 350 gr AB

Would also add:
41 cal 240 gr Partition
375 cal 220 gr Protected Point AB for the 375 Win
 
400gn PT .458 Marlin 45/70 Govt speeds

210gn bonded performance in .308 for Magnums


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How about a .177 8.5gr 4.53mm diameter round dome pure lead pellet for a really accurate pellet rifle.
Seems everything is made over seas and no quality american made pellets on the market.
 
I’d like a 7mm 130 AccuBond for my SS pistol,
and tipped Varmageddons in 277 & 7 mm!

Saw a shooting star and also wished for:
.224 50 gr tipped Varmageddon for my 1-14 twist 220 Swift
.429 270 grain Partition
.357 180 grain Partition
 
My wish is that Nosler would return to producing the solid base soft point bullets again. In 25-06, 257 Roberts Improved or 7x57 nothing matches their performance on game. Certainly not NPT, NBT or AccuBond.
 
Another vote for the solid base soft point, at least in some bread and butter offerings. .270 130 grain, 7mm 140 grain, .308 150grain. I really miss these bullets, I found them superior to BTs on deer.

I would really like them to expand their pistol bullet line with some heavier Partition offerings. A 170 grain Partition hollow point in .357 and a 210 Partition SP in .41 mag would be a Godsend to folks who hunt or carry such arms for protection in bear country.
 
Polaris":16bjm96c said:
Another vote for the solid base soft point, at least in some bread and butter offerings. .270 130 grain, 7mm 140 grain, .308 150grain. I really miss these bullets, I found them superior to BTs on deer.

I would really like them to expand their pistol bullet line with some heavier Partition offerings. A 170 grain Partition hollow point in .357 and a 210 Partition SP in .41 mag would be a Godsend to folks who hunt or carry such arms for protection in bear country.

No offense meant but have you tried new Ballistic Tips? In the 270, the 150 BT doesn’t leave much on the table compared to a Partition in penetration and expansion. Same for others in that same class.

I know the older ones were softer but the newer ones have worked excellent.
 
Have to add thanks Nosler for adding the 277 150 gr AccuBond some of us asked for last year. Can't wait till they are out and we can give them a try.

A 35 cal protected point 200 gr bullet of some sort mentioned by others sounds good as well for 2019
 
Would like to see a
140gr 6.5mm E-Tip
160gr 6.5mm Partition or AB. Not too long a bullet but better BC than the Interlock RN and more pointed than the Woodleigh Weldcore PP SN and the 156gr Norma oryx
 
26NosFan":3rnsr8rv said:
Would like to see a
140gr 6.5mm E-Tip
160gr 6.5mm Partition or AB. Not too long a bullet but better BC than the Interlock RN and more pointed than the Woodleigh Weldcore PP SN and the 156gr Norma oryx

My first post here ever 12 years ago was asking for just this bullet so I'm on board. I would be just as happy with a 150 or 156 but would definitely be on board for a 160 gr (y)
 
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