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Nosler .22 Caliber (.224" Diameter) 40 Grain Spitzer Orange Ballistic Tip Varmint Bullet 250 Count 39555

Nosler, Inc
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If you are tired of searching for a quality projectile to match your love of varmint hunting then rejoice, because your long search is over. Introducing Nosler's Ballistic tip, lead core, varmint bullet! This projectile has 4 main features, first a unique color coded polymer tip, to quickly identify caliber and protects the hollow cavity from clogging. Secondly, the ultra thin jacket mouth is designed to fragment completely upon impact. Next the varmint jacket wall is designed to get that lead core rapidly expand on target, and finally the boat tail base will allow you to push the projectile out to extreme long ranges accurately. It's clear to see why more people choose Nosler Ballistic Tip Varmint to meet their needs.

Specifications and Features:
Nosler 39555
Ballistic Tip Varmint Bullet
.22 Caliber
.224" Diameter
40 Grain Spitzer Orange Tip
Ultra-thin Jacket mouth
Boat Tail
Sectional Density: 0.114
Ballistic Co-efficient 0.221
Overall Length 0.705"
Recommended for Varmints
Minimum fps 1600
Maximum fps Unlimited
Explosive expansion
Larger Cavity
Varmint Jacket wall
250 Count


Item#: 51467
Total number of Reviews: 2

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5.0 5
"Wasn't sure my rifle could handle these 40 grainers, so I tried a factory box of 20. After one hole groups at 100 yards I started buying boxes of 250 to handload. Great bullet! A real nightmare to a Prairie Dog."
5.0 5
"I have been using these bullets for 15 years in: Remington 700 Varmit HB, Browning A-Bolt Hunter, and now a Remington 700 VTR. Results are almost always the same. One-Hole groups at 100Y, 1/2\" groups at 200Y. Absolute consistencey. So dependably in hitting points that when I miss getting a 1-hole group, I know it was me."