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BOTW Divorces Berger & Marries Nosler

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Unread 04-30-2013, 09:06 PM
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Re: BOTW Divorces Berger & Marries Nosler

I would say that's a given, could even be why he hasn't done it yet.
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    Re: BOTW Divorces Berger & Marries Nosler

    Jay. I shot some of the 210 ACLR Bullets today at some distance. I was shooting on sand rocks and measuring the groups with the reticle. I was very pleased. As near as I could tell every shot was under 1/2 moa verticle. Wind drift all under 1 1/4 moa. Most of the shots were at 990, 1315 , 1526. About 35 shots total. In the 300 win mag they shot about half the group size that I get with 190 or 210 Berger's. I was very pleased! This is a message I recieved today from John porter, Sounds like they shoot well, I did ask about the stated bc but have not heard back from him yet. I will keep ya posted. Jay
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    Re: BOTW Divorces Berger & Marries Nosler

    Just got a reply on the bc's, sounds promising. ( Definitely higher than Berger 210. I want to set up both of my Oehlers at the same time as I shoot 1500 plus yards to try to get you a good number. I do not want to guess if I can help it. Jim Sessions is going to shoot some bruin in BC next week to check some wound channels.)
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    Re: BOTW Divorces Berger & Marries Nosler

    Just tagging in.
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    Re: BOTW Divorces Berger & Marries Nosler

    Any more testing?
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    Re: BOTW Divorces Berger & Marries Nosler

    Not that I have been told, I know jim sessions will be using them on a bear hunt this week, and Joe Cunningham is heading to Africa with a 100 rounds in his baggage. Should be getting some word on terminal performance real soon, but being a nosler im not worried that they will not perform as advertised.
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    Re: BOTW Divorces Berger & Marries Nosler

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    Jay. I shot some of the 210 ACLR Bullets today at some distance. I was shooting on sand rocks and measuring the groups with the reticle. I was very pleased. As near as I could tell every shot was under 1/2 moa verticle. Wind drift all under 1 1/4 moa. Most of the shots were at 990, 1315 , 1526. About 35 shots total. In the 300 win mag they shot about half the group size that I get with 190 or 210 Berger's. I was very pleased! This is a message I recieved today from John porter, Sounds like they shoot well, I did ask about the stated bc but have not heard back from him yet. I will keep ya posted. Jay
    Wow , do you work for Nosler marketing ? Measuring with the reticle , near as I could tell every shot was under 1/2 moa vertical , wind drift all under 1 1/4 moa , 1/2 the group size of Bergers . Wow , you are something special. Shot rocks and sand , didn't actually measure a single thing , then talk group size trash. I think I smell a bull chitter !
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