Nosler Bullets History
In this past episode of American Rifleman TV, the staff heads to Bend, Ore., to see a Nosler 48 trophy grade rifle get built from the ground up.
American Rifleman Managing Editor Aaron Carter made a trip out to Bend, Oregon to see the lead, brass and sweat that go into each batch of Nosler bullets and ammunition.
Loaded with today’s 150-grain bullets, the .30-’06 Sprg. is ready for big game from antelope to elk.
This rifle mates form and function with protection from the elements and abuse.
Closing the distance for an ideal shot isn’t always feasible due to terrain features. It was for such long ranges that Nosler ABLR bullets were created.
The Winchester XP3 has advanced bullet technology.
Nosler’s lineup includes five “premium” big-game rifle projectiles.
Today, Norma offers match load and hunting bullets with performance that is nearly unrivaled.
Stepping up two hundredths of an inch may not seem like a big deal, but for the new .28 Nosler cartridge—a relatively light-recoiling 7 mm magnum that fits standard-length actions—it’s a leap forward in big-game rifle performance.