Nosler 6.5 Creedmoor hunting ammunition now shipping to dealers

09/28/17 12:00 PM | by

(Photo: Nosler via Facebook)

Nosler’s stepping up its 6.5 Creedmoor offerings for hunters. (Photo: Nosler via Facebook)

Nosler announced Tuesday that its line of 6.5 Creedmoor ammunition specifically tailored to big game hunting is headed to dealers and online retailers.

The 129 grain Trophy Grade Long Range Accubond, 120- and 140-grain Ballistic Tip Ammunition and 120 grain E-Tip Ammunition will soon be available for long range hunting enthusiasts.

Both the Accubond Long Range and Ballistic Tip bullets present sleek aerodynamic profiles combined with destructive terminal ballistics in addition to delivering accuracy. Crafted with the company’s exclusive impact-extruded tapered jacket, the ABLR and Ballistic tips allow for controlled expansion which translates to reliable performance on medium sized game.

For deeper penetration with consistent wound channels, the E-Tip Ammunition busts through bones and muscle. Performing much like a heavier bonded core bullet, the E-Tip series pairs well with North American big game or African plains game hunters.

The E-Tip and Ballistic Tip ammunition dropped in 2017 as part of Nosler’s latest offerings designed for hunters.

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