Trophy Grade 270 Win 130gr AccuBond® Ammo (20ct)

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270 Win 130 Grain AccuBond Ammo (20ct)

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Trophy Grade 270 Win 130 Grain AccuBond Ammo (20ct)

Loaded with a AccuBond 130 Grain Spitzer Bullet and Nosler Cartridge Brass

The Nosler ballistics team, long respected in the hunting and shooting industry for reliable and precise reloading data, is the driving force behind Nosler Trophy Grade Ammunition. Trophy Grade Ammunition brings Noslers unsurpassed quality standards in accuracy and consistency directly to the shelf of your favorite gunshop or outdoor retailer.

Whether you want your ammunition loaded with AccuBond, Partition, Ballistic Tip® or E-Tip, Nosler Trophy Grade Ammunition will have the right load for the right game.

 

Ballistics Info FAQ
Box Qty. 20
Cartridge 270 Win
Grain 130
Manufacturer Nosler
Manufacturer Part Number 60025
Bullet Type AccuBond
Factory Type No

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  • Good Ammo
    Review by Orion / (Posted on 12/30/2017)
    Has proven to be MOA accurate, or better, in three different hunting rifles. Have used the 130gr AccuBond bullet on game previously in hand loads. Confident that it will work properly in the Nosler factory cartridges as well.
  • Great
    Review by nmmuledeerhunter / (Posted on 3/15/2017)
    I usually reload 130 grain Accubonds for my Model 70 FTW in 270 Win. But I was short on time so I purchased two boxes of this ammo. Not only did I get great accuracy, 3/4" at 100 yards and 1 1/2" at 200 yards, but I managed to kill a nice buck antelope at 400 yards with one shot.