Nosler 22 Caliber 62 Grain Varmageddon FBHP (BLEM) - 100ct
22 Varmageddon 62 Grain Hollow Point Bullet
Noslers Varmageddon line of loaded ammunition and component bullets. Featuring a highly accurate polymer tip or hollow point combined with a flat base design, Varmageddon products were created for the high volume varmint shooter who requires the utmost precision. Loaded with Nosler brass, Varmageddon ammunition provides the highest levels of performance for any varmint hunter.
Factory 2nds (Cosmetically Blemished)
2nds, Cosmetic Blemished, All Nosler products are hand inspected prior to packaging. Every bullet and every piece of brass is searched for imperfections to ensure that every piece meets Noslers strict quality standards. Products with physical imperfections and deformities are scrapped, while products with only cosmetic blemishes are labeled as 2nds.
Bullet Ballistics Information
Part Number: 35631
Optimal Expansion Velocity: Not Listed
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|Manufacturer Part Number||35631|
|Ballistic Coefficient (BC)||No|
|Overall Length (OAL) (in.)||No|
|Sectional Density (SD.)||No|
|Factory Type||Factory 2nd (Blem)|
Explosive expansion / fragmentationReview by ditchdigger93 / (Posted on 10/7/2015)I First bought these because of the price and most of the .223's I load are loaded with high penetration or high priced solid copper bullets and I wanted something in the 62 to 64 grain weight for varmints and plinking ammo. These are the first .223 bullet I have seen completely turn a one gallon tea jug wrong side out ! Nothing escaped the first gallon jug and all I found inside of it was glitter and a few pieces of copper jacket. Biggest piece found was the base of the bullet. I have not shot enough of them at distance to give an opinion on accuracy although the ones I did shoot at 250 yards at some hedge balls on my pond damn showed good accuracy potential. Hits were visible and Very close. Maybe with a different powder I will see the accuracy I see with my standard Barnes TSX load with Varget powder. 22.0 grains of Benchmark was not bad with these bullets though but may have been a bit light as some seemed to shoot better than others. I would suggest giving them a try. I am glad to see someone making a heavier grain weight .223 varmint bullet as my Mini seems to prefer bullets in the 60 to 64 grain weight bullets.
Shoots better than SMK 69 in my rifle!Review by John / (Posted on 8/10/2015)Just went out with these. They were suppose to be plinking / practice rounds as I was establishing a load for 69 grain SMK BTHPs. To my surprise, these out shot my Match Kings at 100 yards. My best was a 5 shot group measuring .498" with "flier" and .305 without. Rifle is a savage 12 1 in 9 twist. Caldwell bipod, rear bag, vortex optics, vortex level. PLEASE NOTE! A friend shot this same load in his Remington. He is a great shooter and these shot a 3 shot group at 1 inch off a rest! So as usual, it depends on the rifle.