22 Caliber 64gr PPT Bonded Solid Base® Bullet (100ct)

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22 Caliber 64 Grain PPT (100ct)

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Bonded Solid Base™ 22 Caliber 64 Grain Bullet (50ct)

The Bonded Solid Base® bullet-line-up is built to satisfy consumer demand for a projectile that offers controlled expansion, high weight retention, and deep penetration, but optimized for use in AR platform rifles.
Minimum Velocity: 1600 fps (487m/s)
Maximum Velocity: Unlimited

1. Protected Point design

Ensures reliable feeding in both bolt action and semi-automatic platforms.

2. AccuBond® bonding process

Welds the copper jacket to the lead core to prevent core/jacket separation for maximized weight retention.

3. Well-Defined Cannelure

Permits a tight crimp that eliminates bullet movement within the case during recoil, ensuring reliable feeding in semi-automatic rifles.

4. Solid Base®

Solid Base® construction ensures straight-line penetration.

Weight Retention of the 30 Caliber 168 Grain BSB Bullet

1800fps - 99% WR
2400fps - 95% WR
3050fps - 84% WR

Bonded Solid Base™ Bullet Informational Video

Box Qty. 100
Caliber 22
Grain 64
Bullet Type Bonded Solid Base
UPC Code 54041381352
Manufacturer Nosler
Manufacturer Part Number 38135
Diameter 0.224
Ballistic Coefficient (BC) 0.231
Overall Length (OAL) (in.) 0.800
Sectional Density (SD.) 0.182
Base Flat
Factory Type No


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Customer Reviews

  • Good for deer
    Review by Virginianus / (Posted on 4/4/2018)
    The bullet performed very well from an 18" barrel on a big doe at 50m. Went through both shoulders and turned the lungs to liquid.
  • Hog Killer
    Review by WaterCop / (Posted on 8/7/2017)
    I was using this round during hog hunts - it was produced thru Silver State Armory.. Let me tell you with 18inch AR - one of my clients hit a 185lb feral hog on the run. You could hear the thump and squeal of a good hit... The hog piled up and after laughing at the client for getting "scoped" by an AR and was literally Bleeding from his eyebrow...(took pics to prove) we walked this hog out to 212yds... quartering away from him the round entered the left rear of the rib cage - round exited high right mid rib cage - taking several inches of gut with it... 1 shot - 1 DRT...(Dead Right There) It went on thru the night like this - every one else were pumping rounds - he was knocking'em out 1 hitters.. SOLD SOLD SOLD - Damn shame they stopped making this perfect round. I will have to replicate now.