Nosler AccuBonds! Customer Feedback

I was just writing to tell you how happy I am with Nosler AccuBonds.  I have 3 different calibers I use them in. 257 Weatherby, 7mm Remington Ultra Mag, and 375 H and H.  

I have hunted pronghorn, elk, whitetail, coyote, and pigs with them. They are devastating. I have had more one shot drops with this bullet than any other.

I reload for all of those rifles and have decided that the Accubond is best.  It is my preferred bullet.  Thank you for producing a quality bullet that I can trust for accuracy and performance every time!

John B.


AccuBond Bullets: One Shot Kills

Customer Feedback:

I have used Nosler Partitions since they first came out. When I went to South Africa I called and Nosler suggested Accubond 180 gr. for my .300 WSM.  I took 15 animals, nearly all were one-shot kills.

Now I hope to go to Yukon for Moose hunt and considering your new Accubond Long Range Bullets.

Thanks for your help and also for many years of hunting enjoyment from great Nosler bullets.


Ballistic Tip Varmint Bullets: Incredible Job

Customer Feedback:

Hello, I am writing you to let you guys know how happy I am with your product!

I have been reloading for a while now and have been using your Ballistic Tip Varmint bullets in my 22-250. I was able to harvest a new personal best for coyotes this year, and I credit it to the bullets you guys produce.

Not only did they do an incredible job of knocking down my targets, but I had hardly any sewing to do on my well-placed shots.  I was wondering if you guys could send me some stickers for the back window of my truck so that when I come into town with my load of coyotes, everyone will know my bullet of choice


Tom Loves AccuBond and Ballistic Tip Bullets!

I have been shooting Nosler for a few years. Ballistic Tips and AccuBonds are my two choices. I have yet to find anything better for accuracy and expansion. Doesn't matter if the animals are 4 yards or 400. I harvested an elk last hunting season, at 420 yards with my 338 win mag and got the same controlled expansion that Nosler said I would.


Tom W.