PRODUCT OVERVIEW 22 nosler ammo
Nosler produces six different hunting cartridges. The first to be introduced was .26 Nosler, followed by .28 Nosler, .30 Nosler, .22 Nosler, and .27 Nosler.
In January 2017 Nosler introduced the .22 Nosler. It is the fifth cartridge designed by Nosler. It is claimed that the .22 Nosler delivers 25% more case capacity and is nearly 90 m/s (300 ft/s) faster than a .223 Remington/ 5.56 NATO. The .22 Nosler is designed to use the existing bolt face of an AR-15, and conversions to this caliber can be accomplished with a simple barrel swap. The shoulder is set back slightly compared to the 5.56 cartridge to prevent accidentally chambering a 5.56 cartridge in a .22 Nosler rifle. The case diameter and taper resemble those of the 6.8mm Remington SPC; so Nosler recommends using a magazine designed for that cartridge. While similar to the 6.8 SPC in some regards, there is no parent case and the .22 Nosler cannot be formed from 6.8 SPC brass. The .224 Valkyrie is a similar cartridge, but the two are not interchangeable.
Experience what shooters around the world are calling the ultimate varmint hunting platform when you transform your standard AR into a 22 Nosler. Approaching 22-250 velocities in a significantly smaller package the 22 Nosler yields 25% more case capacity than the 223 Rem/ 5.56 NATO, resulting in 14% more velocity and 30% more energy at the muzzle. The effortless two-step conversion allows shooters to achieve lightning fast, hard-hitting performance with popular varmint bullets, pushing a 55gr. Nosler Ballistic Tip at supercharged speeds of 3,350 fps and a 77gr. Custom Competition bullet at 2,950 fps.
Barrel life ranges from 2,000 to 4,000 rounds depending on use.
The 22 Nosler will generally have less recoil than the 22-250, however most shooters consider both cartridges as having mild recoil.
Recoil is an important consideration when purchasing a new rifle as a round with heavy recoil will be more difficult to control and will slow your rate of follow up shots.
Recoil is affected primarily by muzzle velocity (FPS), powder charge, bullet weight, and rifle weight.
For this comparison we will consider two 55 grain Nosler Ballistic Tip bullets for each cartridge, with the 22-250 load traveling at 3,700 fps and the 22 Nosler at 3,500 fps. Assuming a 7-pound rifle, the 22-250 will have a free recoil energy of 6.72 ft-lbs compared to 5.8 ft-lbs for the 22 Nosler.
Both 22 caliber cartridges have very low recoil compared to their muzzle velocities, and only the most recoil sensitive shooters will be able to discern much of a difference between the two of them. However, for those extremely recoil sensitive shooters, the 22 Nosler is the better choice.
22 Nosler Trophy Grade ammunition is high quality, production-run ammunition manufactured to strict tolerances and inspected as it is hand-packaged. Trophy Grade features Nosler Custom brass and the dependable, high performing bullets you know and trust.
This Trophy Grade ammunition is loaded with Nosler’s AccuBond bonded core bullet. Through a proprietary bonding process that eliminates voids in the bullet core, AccuBond marries Nosler’s traditional copper-alloy jacket with its special lead-alloy core. The result is a bullet that flies true, penetrates deep, won’t cause extensive barrel fouling, and will retain 60-70% of its weight. The white polymer tip helps protect against deformation while initiating expansion upon impact.
Made In United States of America
|Grain Weight||70 Grains|
|Muzzle Velocity||2950 Feet Per Second|
|Muzzle Energy||1352 Foot Pounds|
|Bullet Style||Bonded Polymer Tip|
|Bullet Brand And Model||Nosler AccuBond|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
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22 Nosler Trophy Grade Ammunition 70 Grain AccuBond Box of 500
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