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Description: Nosler .224 Cal 64 gr Bonded Protected Point Deer Hunting bullets that work in 1:14 twist 100 Per Box 38135
These bullets are one of the few .224 bullets that are suitable for deer hunting and other similar size game. The short stubby design allows them to stabilize in the common twist rate of 1:14 found in most 22-250.
Nosler, Inc. the world’s foremost bonded bullet manufacturer is announcing their new Bonded PERFORMANCE™ .224 caliber, 64 grain Bonded Solid Base® bullet. The 64gr Bonded PERFORMANCE™ bullet is designed to maximize the terminal performance of .22 caliber rifle cartridges. While most .22 caliber bullets are designed to be highly frangible, the Bonded Solid Base® is designed for controlled expansion, high weight retention, and deep penetration. The Bonded Solid Base® makes an excellent medium game hunting bullet for states where .22 caliber rifles are legal for hunting as well as personal defense.
The Bonded Solid Base® bullet features a Protected Point design for reliable feeding in both bolt action and semi-automatic rifles. The tapered jacket ensures controlled expansion while the proprietary bonding process prevents fragmentation and guarantees high weight retention. The AccuBond® bonding process welds the copper jacket to the lead core to virtually eliminate the possibility of core-jacket separation. Solid Base® construction supports the mushroom for wide wound channels and deep, straight-line penetration.
Bullet Type: Bonded Protected Point Caliber: .224 Caliber Weight: 64 GR Quantity: 100 Per Box Bullet Material: Copper, Lead Bullet Coating: Copper Bullet Tip Material: Lead Metal Type: Copper/Alloy And Lead Alloy Core Type: Lead
Manufacturer: NOSLER BULLETS Model: 38135
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Caliber: .22 Caliber (.224)
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