In a perfect world, there would be no changing winds, no hunting pressure, no wary, spooked, or running game that might require a fleeting or distant shot. And all it would take to bring down that trophy buck would be a textbook 100-yard broadside shot.
Fortunately for us, the real world of hunting is a bit more challenging than that. In fact, the more you hunt, the more you realize how unpredictable and unforgiving nature can be--which is why Nosler engineered the Ballistic Tip Hunting bullet to be very predictable and extremely forgiving.
The Ballistic Tip Hunting bullet's polycarbonate tip resists deformation in the magazine and initiates expansion upon impact.
Fully tapered jacket and special lead alloy core allows controlled expansion and optimum weight retention at all practical velocity levels.
Heavy jacket base acts as a platform for large diameter mushroom.
Ballistically engineered Solid Base boat tail configuration combines with the streamlined polycarbonate tip for extreme long-range performance.
100 Grain Spitzer (Brown Tip)
Sectional Density: .205
Ballistic Coefficient: .350
*Sectional Density: The ratio of a bullet's weight, in pounds, to the square of its diameter, in inches. *Ballistic Coefficient: The ratio of a bullet's sectional density to its coefficient of form, used to describe the bullet's effectiveness in overcoming air resistance during flight.
Note: These are component bullets, not loaded ammunition.
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