New .270 and 7mm E-Tip Bullets

Bend, Oregon- Nosler introduces two calibers to the lead-free E-Tip lineup. Now available in .270 130-grain and 7mm 150-grain, Nosler's patent pending E-Tip is built on a highly concentric gilding metal frame, which provides unsurpassed penetration and weight retention.

The polycarbonate tip, much like those featured on AccuBond and Ballistic Tip bullets, prevents deformation in the magazine, boosts aerodynamic efficiency, and initiates expansion. Nosler's exclusive E2 Cavity (Energy Expansion Cavity) allows for immediate and uniform expansion yet retains 95%+ weight for improved penetration.

Initiated by a unique OD green polycarbonate tip, the E2 Cavity provides amazing stopping power and superior penetration over a broad spectrum of impact velocities. Along with the E2 Cavity and the polycarbonate tip, Nosler's E-Tip also features a precisely formed boattail that serves to reduce drag and provides a more efficient flight profile for higher retained energy at long range.

Ideal for big game hunting or recreational shooting, Nosler's E-Tip is a step above today's "pure copper" bullets. The E-Tip's alloy provides less fouling, while exhibiting superior accuracy and consistent performance over traditional pure copper designs.

Nosler's E-Tip is available at gun and sporting goods dealers across the U.S., in Canada and in many countries overseas.

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