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- 6.5mm (.264-.268)
NOSLER 6.5MM(.264)140gr HPBT BULLET RDF 500/bx
For those wanting to squeeze the most performance from their competition rifle, Nosler’s new RDF (Reduced Drag Factor) match bullet line is the ideal choice.
Nosler’s RDF line was designed from the ground up to provide exceptionally high BCs, which create the flattest trajectory and least wind drift possible. The keys to the RDF’s outstanding performance are Nosler’s meticulously optimized compound ogive and long, drag reducing boattail, which make handloading a snap and create an incredibly sleek form factor. RDF bullets also have the smallest, most consistent meplats of any hollow point match bullet line, so there is no need to point or trim tips.
Highest B.C.’s, smallest meplat, tighter groups – Nosler RDF.
Bullet Ballistics Information
B.C: G1 .658 / G7 .330
This is not loaded ammunition.
WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Read 4 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
By Jeff B.
on Jul 29, 2019
These are great bullets. So far, they have been very consistent and have performed very well (6.5 Creedmoor ~0.3 jump for me). They have a high BC and have been very accurate for me (out to 1,000yds so far). I prefer them over the Hornady ELD-Match (which are very good also)
I'd definitely recommend them!
By James R.
on Jul 11, 2019
I had been using the Hornady 140gr ELD Match bullets iand Grafs had these at a better price so I decided to give them a shot since the RDFs had a better BC. I load 260 Remington at 0.010" off lands and get slightly better groups with the RDF than the ELD. I am still fine tuning the load which currently has me at 1/2 MOA and hope to get it better. Overall, the RDF bullet is good to go.
By Wesley B.
on May 06, 2019
Nosler RDF's are my go to bullet. Graf and sons are the place to get what you need.
By Patrick L.
on Apr 23, 2019
Very consistent sub MOA without much of a problem. Fairly sensitive to seating depth. Found that .025 jump worked best in my 6.5 CM.
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