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highcountryhays
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May-01-12, 
08:30 AM (MST)
"Nosler E Tip"

I live in Calif. I have always used Nosler partitions but have to switch to copper bullets. What is the word on the E-Tip bullet, as far as accuracy and performance on game? I tried Barnes but couldn't get them to shoot as well as the partitions.

Nosler doesn't help much with load data. Any loading tips?

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brdhuntr
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May-01-12, 
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1. "RE: Nosler E Tip"

You need to move to Idaho,we don't have that problem! Your'e Bro-Inlaw..

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May-01-12, 
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2. "RE: Nosler E Tip"

I just finished my change over to the E-Tip. They shoot ok in our 300Wby's 30/06 and 270's. They don't group quite s well as the Accubonds but what ya gona do since in CA basically south of S.F. we must use non lead bullets because of the Condors range.

Contact Nosler directly at 1-800-285-3701 Extension #2 they will give you fresh data on your specific rifle caliber. They have done ton's of testing and can recommed the best preforming powder and load range for your specific rifles. Those solid copper bullets build greater pressure so you must shoot the recommended load only. They also tell you that you must seat the bullet back a certain amount and not touch the bore with the front of the bullet. I beleive that is their method of reducing the chamber pressure. Pretty touchy stuff according to the guys at Nosler so do your homework and talk to Nosler yourself before you load anything.

Good Luck

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