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26 Nosler Liberty Rifle and
Ammunition loaded with a AccuBond
Trophy Ram taken at 110 yards in the Yukon with a 26 Nosler Liberty Rifle and a 140 grain AccuBond.
Love your products. I also have a 26 Nosler along with my 6.5 Wby. I am just a gun nut. Love your AccuBond bullets. Also love my 26 Nosler!! Thanks again. - Ricky D.
My son-in-law and I just got done with an Axis deer hunt with Desert Safaris. We were using 6.5 x 55 Trophy Grade ammo. It performed perfectly. Our guide was impressed with the performance of the bullet. Complete pass through and lungs and heart both taken out.
Punta Gorda, FL
Trophy Eland Hunting
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Best Ammunition I have found. I have bedded the stock on my Savage 110e, 270 Cal. At 100 yards placed 3 rounds within 1/4 inch. At 200 yards, placed 3 rounds within 1 inch, dead center. I have tried all the competitors and did not have the accuracy I achieved with the Nosler. Just placed an order for more ammo. Try this ammo, it's amazing. -Mark
I would like to express my appreciation for the product I purchased and used on my African plains game hunt. I used your 180 grain AccuBond Bullets in my 30-06 at 2800 fps.
The performance of the bullets was nothing short of exceptional. I was able to successfully stalk and cleanly take 10 animals, including impala, Warthog x2, Zebra, Blue Wildebeest, Oryx, Kudu, lechwe, red hartebeest cow and a huge Eland bull.
There were only 3 animals that received follow up shots: 1 Warthog, Oryx and red hartebeest, these were due to my shot placement and would have been fatal anyway, however I chose to end any suffering as quickly as possible.
The damage done to the Eland was phenomenal with the recovered projectile resting against the inside of the off side shoulder, the chest cavity was a bucket of slop and he ran 20 yards dead on his feet.
This performance really impressed me and I thank you for your product and the time and research that goes into them.
African Game Hunter
Gun Runnerz Ballistic Gelatin Test and review of the .308 165 Grain Partition loaded in Nosler Trophy Grade Ammunition.
I am writing to say how pleased I am with my purchase of Nosler ammunition, and my father’s purchase of your excellent quality ammunition. We both believe that your company makes the finest ammo in the world! Your ammunition is so well-designed; they run flawlessly through all our firearms.
~ Michael S.
Trophy Argentina Water Buffalo
In May Nosler introduced some great new branded items. The reloading blocks are just beautiful and the new T-Shirts are very comfortable. I definitely recommend these! - Jon F.
Got mine! feels and fits great, GO NOSLER! - Ben D.
Guns Magazine recently published "T/C’s Venerable Single-Shot Pistol In .338 Federal Can Handle Rifle Chores With Portability-Plus!" This article was written by Mark Hampton. A Nosler recommended article.
In the article Mark shares his handgun hunting experiences with an Encore. Included is a huge Livingstone Eland, taken with a Nosler AccuBond up front.
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April 2016 Most Popular Post featuring the 28 Nosler.
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Trophy Bighorn Sheep Hunting
Name: Bighorn Sheep
Weight: 127 lbs up to 500 (Rocky Mountains) lbs
American Rifleman Aaron Carter explores how Nosler builds their rifles. This video produced some time ago, features our former Nosler Trophy Grade Rifle which is no longer in production. The video also features some procedures that have been upgraded.
Nosler year after year continues to make improvements to our manufacturing process as well as quality that go into our production and custom rifles.
This video includes interviews, Nosler rifle building process, as well as accuracy results. Too good to pass up!
I just wanted to take a second to compliment you on the performance of your Trophy Grade Ammunition. I started using Nosler factory loaded ammunition when I first found it up here in Canada a couple of years ago. I used the 30-06 round factory loaded with 150g partitions on Moose, Caribou and Muskox with great success. I consistently got through penetration on Alaska / Yukon Moose with this round. I also noticed it was extremely accurate and consistent, cutting group size to less than half of a mainstream competitors loading.
Just this year, I started using the 180g AccuBond load in my 30-06. I gravitated towards this round for the advertised increased BC. I was not disappointed in the performance either. I have gotten consistent through penetration on broadside shoulder shots on a Muskox with the 180g AccuBond, which anyone who hunts these thick-hide animals knows is no joke. I recovered both an AccuBond and a Partition after the hunt and visually they look superb.
Thank you for making such a great product, and please keep up the good work.
After reloading different brands of bullets, Nosler has out preformed the others. They are accurate and consistent for the price! I have taken multiple animals with different calibers and Nosler has always done the job! This is the only brand I shoot through my firearms.
AccuBonds are the best bullets I have ever loaded. Very accurate and one shot drops.
I started using the 160 gr, 7mm AccuBonds about 5 years ago in my 280 Remington. Since that time, I have harvested 15 deer in two states at ranges ranging from 200 to 450 yards with 15 bullets, flawless performance.
My go to hunting round in 308 and 30-06. Had clean exit wounds on every cow elk I've ever shot, with plenty of stopping power, and consistent accuracy. Can't say that for other big name brands *cough*
When it comes to Bullets, is there any other choice? Nosler