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Ballistic Review

Caliber: .30 Nosler

Nosler has kicked the new year off with a proverbial bang. On January 8, 2016, Nosler announced the third member of their fast growing cartridge family. The 30 Nosler will now join the popular 26 and 28 Nosler both released within the past two years. The proven popularity of its predecessors generated demand for the latest Nosler cartridge release.
The 30 Nosler shares the same parent case as the 26 and 28 Nosler cartridges. Nosler succeeded in collecting all the best attributes of currently available 30 magnums and is now combining them all in one cartridge. According to Nosler new release, the 30 Nosler easily meets the velocity of the 300 Weatherby, headspaces on the shoulder like a 300 RUM, has an efficient powder column like the 300 WSM and fits in the same standard length action of a 300 Winchester Magnum.
With the initial launch, Nosler will offer two loads for the new caliber -
1. Nosler® Trophy Grade™ Ammunition - 180gr AccuBond® - 3200fps
2. Nosler® Trophy Grade™ LR Ammunition - 210gr AccuBond® LR - 3000fps.

Featured Article

How To Always Kill Big Mule Deer

(The Consistent Mule Deer Hunter)

Throughout our lives we encounter people that seem to have all the luck. We envy them, we’re jealous of them, we want to be like them, and we want to have their success. They may be a world-class athlete, businessman, classmate, coworker, family member, or the neighbor across the street. Maybe they’re somebody in the hunting industry. We see them over and over in magazines, TV shows, websites, or on social media. Every year, they are the guys that are grinning ear to ear behind a massive tangle of mule deer antlers. Over the years we watch their hair recede and the elements begin to take a toll on their weathered faces—deep wrinkles from all of that smiling over yet another monster mule deer.

outdoor survival:
WATER preparation

Ever been thirsty? I mean really, REALLY thirsty? Your mouth feels like cardboard, your tongue swells till it seems bigger than your forearm, you’re lightheaded and feverish, and all you can think about is water. WATER! You’d gladly trade that trophy tag that took you 17 years to draw for one tall glass of water. Here, throw in this custom rifle – I don’t want it. Just give me a drink. I’ve only been truly thirsty a couple of times, and honestly, have never been as desperate as outlined above. But I have been within hours of being there. It’s not a good feeling, and has taught me to always be aware of my water (or lack thereof), and where I can get more. The average human can survive approximately three days without water, but usually only one day before losing some amount of mental capacity. Two days without water will leave most folks befuddled, weak, and illogical (not a good state when searching for a drink). The third day will find your average person delirious and on a rapid slide toward death.