30 Caliber 220gr RN Ballistic Tip® Hunting Bullet (50ct)

or Find a Local Retailer with our Dealer Locator

Out of stock


Quick Overview

30 Caliber 220 RN Grain Bullet (50ct)

 WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

30 Caliber 220 Grain Ballistic Tip® Hunting Round Nose Bullet (50ct)

New in 2018, the .308 Ballistic Tip® Round Nose bullet was built for subsonic use, designed for much lower velocities than its product family counterparts. Loaded into a 300 BLK and impacting at 1000fps, this bullet maintains 95% weight retention after 12" of expansive penetration.
Optimal Performance Velocity: 1000-2500 fps
Bullet Info

1. Nosler® Ballistic Tip®

Streamlined polymer tip, color-coded by caliber, resists deformation in the magazine, and initiates expansion upon impact.

2. Fully-Tapered Jacket and Special Lead-Alloy Core

Allows controlled expansion and optimum weight retention at all practical velocity levels. The heavy jacketed base prevents bullet deformation during firing.

3. Heavy Jacketed Base

Acts as a platform for a large-diameter mushroom.

4. Ballistically Engineered Solid Base®

Boat tail configuration combines with the streamlined polymer tip for extreme long-range performance, and for easier loading.

1800fps - 86% WR
2400fps - 74% WR
3050fps - 60% WR

Ballistic Tip® Hunting - Bullet Informational Video

Ballistic Tip® Hunting - Ballistic Gel Test

Box Qty. 50
Caliber 30
Grain 220
Bullet Type Ballistic Tip Hunting
UPC Code 54041301817
Manufacturer Nosler
Manufacturer Part Number 30181
Diameter 0.308
Ballistic Coefficient (BC) 0.472
Overall Length (OAL) (in.) 1.420
Sectional Density (SD.) 0.331
Base Boat Tail
Factory Type No


Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register

Customer Reviews

  • Very consistent
    Review by Andrew / (Posted on 2/9/2020)
    Consistent across three platforms, bolt, break barrel and AR. I have found it is all in how well you prep your brass with these bullets. Definitely need to chamfer, deburr, and apply a moderate taper crimp.
  • Sounded great, but not so much
    Review by Shorty / (Posted on 4/7/2018)
    Couldn't get these bullets to stabilize in either 300 BO rifle. One is a 16 inch Ruger with 1x7 twist, other a custom built 8.5 inch AR pistol with 1x7 twist. Consistent keyholes at 50 yards and that's with numerous powder charges and 2 different powders. Changing COAL and powder charge didn't seem to help. These should be great subsonic bullets if I can get them to shoot right.