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RDF 6.5mm 140 Grain Bullet (500ct)

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6.5mm 140 Grain RDF Bullet (500ct)

RDF 6.5mm 140 Grain Bullet (500ct)

For those wanting to squeeze the most performance from their competition rifle, Nosler’s new RDF (Reduced Drag Factor) match bullet line is the ideal choice. 

Nosler’s RDF line was designed from the ground up to provide exceptionally high BCs, which create the flattest trajectory and least wind drift possible. The keys to the RDF’s outstanding performance are Nosler’s meticulously optimized compound ogive and long, drag reducing boattail, which make handloading a snap and create an incredibly sleek form factor.  RDF bullets also have the smallest, most consistent meplats of any hollow point match bullet line, so there is no need to point or trim tips. 

Highest B.C.’s, smallest meplat, tighter groups – Nosler RDF.  

 

Bullet Ballistics Information

B.C: G1 .658  /  G7 .330 

 

Info FAQ
Manufacturer Nosler
Manufacturer Part Number 49825
Bullet Type RDF
Factory Type No
Caliber 6.5mm
Grain 140
Base Boat Tail
Cann / Band See Product Description
Count 500

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  • Love the RDFs!
    Review by Mike T. / (Posted on 2/3/2017)
    Seated .030" off the lands, shot extremely well in my NRA Long Range Match Rifle in 6.5x55. One hole groups at 100yds., similar results out to 200 yds. Good repeatable performance so far. Waiting for the next match to confirm BCs.


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