7mm 120 Grain Ballistic Tip® Hunting Bullet (50ct)
Optimal Performance Velocity: 1800-3200 fps
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
|Bullet Type||Ballistic Tip Hunting|
|Manufacturer Part Number||28120|
|Ballistic Coefficient (BC)||0.417|
|Overall Length (OAL) (in.)||1.130|
|Sectional Density (SD.)||0.213|
7mm 120gr NBTReview by Boom / (Posted on 7/31/2018)This little 120 gr. ballistic tip in the 7mm caliber is guaranteed the Hammer of Thor if you do your part in shot placement. Seems to have a thicker copper skin that allows for excellent penetration and controlled expansion of the lead core into an excellent mushroom. Very amazing bullet. 7mm-08, 235 yds, cow elk through both shoulders, drt. Bullet recovered against skin on far side in a near perfect mushroom.
120 BT (Hunting)Review by roysclockgun / (Posted on 1/11/2017)The Nosler 7mm 120gr. BT (Hunting) is the most devastating bullet on deer that I have ever shot. I have been hunting deer since the late 1950s. Some years back I sold my 7mm Rem Mag rifle and bought a rifle chambered in 280 Rem. I first used the Nosler BT 140 gr., but to attain a flatter trajectory through higher MV, I switch to the 120 gr. BT. This bullet has anchored mule deer weighing over 200 lbs., to pronghorn shot at over 300 yards, to white tail shot from 50 yards to over 300 yards. All of them went "bang / flop", dying in the spot on which they were hit. Very few of my bullets were recovered, as I got wide wound channels and exit holes that bled out the game. I have been criticized by some other hunters not familiar with the 7mm 120 BT. I can only report what I have seen. That bullet kills quickly and humanely everything that I hit.
Steven in DeLand, FL