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#199170 - 04/22/19 09:26 PM Re: Nosler Partitions vs. Swift A-frames [Re: 45MAN]
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 Originally Posted By: 45MAN
WHY DID NOSLER QUIT MAKING THE REVOLVER PARTITIONS?


Just personal opinion, l think it was the economic times of

2008-09. Partition HG boolits and ammo are listed in my 2009

MidWayUSA catalog.. l don't see any after 2009.. l have found

boolits/ammo listed on net auction sites like GB or AA while

persueing my addiction to 'OLD' Super Vel ammo and components

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#199173 - 04/23/19 11:35 AM Re: Nosler Partitions vs. Swift A-frames [Re: sw282]
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I can never remember the correct weight of the biggest pig I`ve taken with David (Franchise) back in the day. Nosler 300gr PP over some H-110 put an end to this large animal. One shot no less.... Photo of recovered bullet that looks pretty good. This was the first hunt I did with David in North Carolina and had a great time with a real "good ole boy". It turned into a "north vs south" kinda relation.
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#199182 - 04/23/19 04:42 PM Re: Nosler Partitions vs. Swift A-frames [Re: sw282]
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SW282, Have you tried any of the new Super Vel ammunition?
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#200073 - 06/13/19 09:23 PM Re: Nosler Partitions vs. Swift A-frames [Re: Gregg Richter]
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Consistency counts, and consistency is the hallmark of the Nosler Partition handgun bullet. The only variable in the .44 bullets I have recovered is whether or not the button of nose lead is in or out.

This is the latest Partition I have collected. It came from the offside of a 161 lb boar after breaking both shoulders and dropping him.
The Partitions have proven themselves once again.

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#200085 - 06/14/19 01:36 PM Re: Nosler Partitions vs. Swift A-frames [Re: cmnash]
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Perfect performance from a non-bonded partition... No wonder we liked those Nosler`s.. low price, good accuracy and a partition to make your day...
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#200100 - 06/15/19 04:16 PM Re: Nosler Partitions vs. Swift A-frames [Re: sw282]
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 Originally Posted By: sw282
l have found

boolits/ammo listed on net auction sites like GB or AA while

persueing my addiction to 'OLD' Super Vel ammo and components


How does the new Super Vel compare to the old product.
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#200104 - 06/16/19 12:19 AM Re: Nosler Partitions vs. Swift A-frames [Re: Sawfish]
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Sawfish... l haven't tried any of the new Super Vel.. l doubt

l will since virtually all my shooting is 41 or 44 Magnum.

l don't see either caliber listed on their website

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#200147 - 06/19/19 08:38 AM Re: Nosler Partitions vs. Swift A-frames [Re: sw282]
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I really wish Nosler made some in 45 caliber above 270ish grains that could withstand 460 velocities.
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#200148 - 06/19/19 09:26 AM Re: Nosler Partitions vs. Swift A-frames [Re: Randy M]
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 Originally Posted By: Randy M
I really wish Nosler made some in 45 caliber above 270ish grains that could withstand 460 velocities.


Why, when we have A-frames available? Just curious.
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#200149 - 06/19/19 09:54 AM Re: Nosler Partitions vs. Swift A-frames [Re: Whitworth]
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 Originally Posted By: Whitworth
 Originally Posted By: Randy M
I really wish Nosler made some in 45 caliber above 270ish grains that could withstand 460 velocities.


Why, when we have A-frames available? Just curious.


I'm always looking for better accuracy. Always. Not saying they automatically would be, but without them being available...I'll never know.
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