Nosler 270 Caliber 160 Grain Partition Semi SP (BLEM) - 50ct
270 Partition 160 Grain Semi Spitzer Bullet
Is it as good as a Partition?
This is a question bullet manufacturers have asked themselves for over 62 years. The Nosler Partition is still the benchmark by which all modern bullets are measured. So, the next time you reach for a box of bullets, ask yourself, Is it as good as a Partition?
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: 16324
Optimal Expansion Velocity: 1800 - Unlimited (FPS)
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|Manufacturer Part Number||16324|
|Ballistic Coefficient (BC)||No|
|Overall Length (OAL) (in.)||No|
|Sectional Density (SD.)||No|
|Factory Type||Factory 2nd (Blem)|
Great performing bulletReview by Wahpeton Art / (Posted on 1/19/2020)So, I have loaded this 160 grain bullet in 270 Winchester for a couple years now. Two moose and two mule deer later and I can say that they perform perfectly. They shoot accurately and have been superb on the game that they have hit. I'm not planning on changing anything and will keep shooting this as my primary hunting load for anything I'm fortunate enough to draw tags for.
Great, Accurate bulletReview by Ditchdigger / (Posted on 7/28/2015)I shoot these in a 110 savage .270 that is very accurate anyway but seems to really like this bullet. In some long range shooting at large rocks there is a noticeable difference in the sound these make when they hit. Also in the size rock these will break. Not a true test of a hunting bullet I know, but impressed me in how hard they hit. I have not hunted deer in several years now, but when I did in the past, they performed just as they are advertised. In the 130 grain weight in the .270 Winchester they are all anybody could want in a bullet. I have them loaded in .223 and .308 also and they preform great in every gun I've shot them in. Mr. Nosler hit with a winner with this bullet and it is as good today as they were way back when they came out.