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Nosler Ballistic Tip Lead Free (BTLF)

This bullet is designed to perform--and cost--the same as Nosler's legendary standard Ballistic Tip but without the lead...

This bullet is designed to perform--and cost--the same as Nosler's legendary standard Ballistic Tip but without the lead. An exclusive Fragmenting Copper Core Technology provides immediate and rapid expansion at practical varmint-shooting velocities of 1,800 fps and above and can safely be used within lead-free hunting zones or on shooting ranges that require nonmagnetic bullets.

The Ballistic Tip Lead-Free is offered as a flat-base bullet with a metallic-colored polymer tip in boxes of 50 and 100. It's currently available in 35- and 40-grain .22-caliber versions and will soon be available in 32-grain .204 and 55-grain 6mm versions.


CONTACT: Nosler, 800-285-3701, www.nosler.com


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