Zach Waterman from Nosler joined me on this episode of The Big Game Hunting Podcast. We talked about the story of how Nosler first got started, the different bullets Nosler currently manufactures, the various situations those bullets are best used for, and the story of the various Nosler cartridges and what advantages they offer hunters.
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What We Covered
1) The story of John Nosler’s famous encounter with a moose in British Columbia and the events that happened as a result of that hunt.
2) What you need to know about the Nosler Partition bullet (get ammo using Nosler Partition bullets here)
3) What you need to know about the Nosler AccuBond bullet (get ammo using Nosler AccuBond bullets here)
4) What you need to know about the Nosler AccuBond Long Range bullet (get ammo using Nosler AccuBond Long Range bullets here)
5) What you need to know about the Nosler Ballistic Tip bullet (get ammo using Nosler Ballistic Tip bullets here)
6) What you need to know about the Nosler E-Tip bullet (get ammo using Nosler E-Tip bullets here)
7) What you need to know about the Nosler Cartridges: the 22, 26, 27, 28, 30, and 33 Nosler. (get a Nosler rifle here)
Learn more about the Nosler Partition (pictured below) here.
Learn more about the Nosler Ballistic Tip (pictured below) here.
Learn more about the Nosler E-Tip (pictured below) here.