Nosler 30 Caliber 180 Grain Partition SP (BLEM) - 50ct

Nosler 30 Caliber 180 Grain Partition SP (BLEM) - 50ct

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Nosler 30 Caliber 180 Grain Partition Bullets (BLEM) - 50ct w/ Cannelure

30 Partition 180 Grain 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

B.C: 0.474
Part Number: 16331
Optimal Expansion Velocity: 1800 - Unlimited (FPS)
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Box Qty. 50
Caliber 30
Grain 180
Bullet Type Partition
UPC Code No
Manufacturer Nosler
Manufacturer Part Number 16331
Diameter 0.308
Ballistic Coefficient (BC) No
Overall Length (OAL) (in.) No
Sectional Density (SD.) No
Base Flat
Factory Type Factory 2nd (Blem)

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  • Great in 30-06
    Review by Moe / (Posted on 10/2/2018)
    These bullets shoot great in my rifle - about 1" groups at 100 yards, and I shot a cow elk with one this season. Bullet expanded well and exited the far side - exactly what you expect from this bullet. The "blemishes" with my batch seem to be mostly small nicks and scratches which don't seem to affect accuracy or anything really.
  • The 30/06 go to bullet
    Review by Travis / (Posted on 2/2/2018)
    This was my go to bullet when I started hand loading about 30years ago. My first rifle was a Remington 7600 30/06. Even with the terrible trigger you could shoot sub m.o.a. with the 180gr Partitions. That combination was incredible on whitetail deer at woods ranges. I always knew that with the Partition I would get an exit to make a blood trail if the deer didn't fall in its tracks. One evening it was used to take 2 deer with one shot! Both deer were hit through the shoulders and it broke both shoulders on both deer. The exit hole on the second deer was almost as large as the first. Sadly that rifle was stolen and I was without a 30/06 until Christmas 2017. I'm ready to start loading.....what bullet do you think will be the first one tried?