Nosler's New Accubond Long Range Bullets

posted on January 17, 2013
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Shooters who have been clamoring for a long-range bonded-core bullet have been heard, as Nosler has responded with its Accubond long-range bullets. Available in 6.5, .270, 7 mm and .30 cals can find this new ammo in stores in spring 2013.

Nosler has also introduced personal-defense handgun ammunition, Nosler Defense, which features bonded-core bullets. Available in 9 mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP, it is offered in jacketed hollow points and polymer-tipped configurations.

For more information, visit Nosler.


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