2020 is not even two months old, yet Nosler has already unveiled three new bullets in their Reduced Drag Factor (RDF), AccuBond-Long Range (ABLR) and Varmageddon lines.
The RDF line, Nosler's newest, was introduced for those wanting more performance from a competition rifle. Designed to have exceptionally high BCs, Nosler RDFs boast a meticulously optimized compound ogive and long, drag reducing boattail, which ease handloading and make for an incredibly sleek form factor. RDF bullets also have the smallest, most consistent meplats of any hollow point match bullet line, eliminating the need to point or trim tips. Nosler's latest offering in this line is a 115-grain 6 mm projectile, in boxes of 100 or 500.
Nosler's AccuBond-Long Range (ABLR) bullet was developed for the growing number of hunters interested in longer ranges, and a big-game hunting bullet that can keep up with high-grade optics and ultra-high velocity cartridges, in order to stretch practical shooting yardages past 1000 yards. To these ends, ABLR bullets are designed to have a minimum impact velocity of 1300 fps, in order to reliably expand or mushroom at those distances. A 165-grain .270 bullet, in boxes of 100, is Nosler's latest addition to this line.
Finally, Nosler's Varmageddon bullets are varmint killers, made with a lead-alloy core and a copper-alloy jacket. This construction allows it to withstand high velocities, yet expand immediately upon impact. Nosler will now offer this in a 50-grain .22, in boxes of 100.