Nosler Unveils 6mm – 115 Grain Reduced Drag Factor (RDF) Bullet

Nosler Unveils 6mm - 115 Grain Reduced Drag Factor (RDF) Bullet
Nosler Unveils 6mm – 115 Grain Reduced Drag Factor (RDF) Bullet

Bend, Ore-(Ammoland.com)- Nosler, Inc. announced the Reduced Drag Factor (RDF) bullet line will be expanded to include a 6mm, 115 grain HPBT. The entire RDF bullet line features the highest BCs and smallest, most consistent meplats of any hollow point match bullet line on the market.

With the introduction of this bullet, distances that were once too far to consistently and accurately shoot are now a reality. This 115 grain bullet was specifically designed to function in 6mm cartridges with barrel twist rates of 1-7.5” or faster and like all RDF bullets, is not intended for big game hunting.

Nosler 6mm - 115 Grain Reduced Drag Factor (RDF) Bullet
Nosler 6mm – 115 Grain Reduced Drag Factor (RDF) Bullet

The RDF line was designed from the ground up by Nosler’s world-class team of engineers with the goal of delivering exceptionally high BCs that result in the flattest trajectory and least wind drift possible. Several key design factors contribute to RDF’s game-changing performance. Nosler’s meticulously optimized compound ogive, which bridges traditional tangent and secant bullet shapes, is insensitive to seating depth, allowing handloaders to seat bullets with ease, an advantage for competitors who often load hundreds of rounds per sitting in preparation for a match. Also lending itself to the bullet’s sleek form factor is a long, drag reducing boattail, making the RDF optimal for long-range efficiency.

When compared side-by-side, shooters will immediately notice a striking visual contrast between Nosler’s RDF and today’s leading industry match bullets, with a hollow point so small it’s nearly undetectable to the naked eye. The bullet’s tightly profiled design boasts a 40% average reduction in meplat size, completely eliminating the need to point and trim tips—a laborious step performed by match shooters in order to achieve increased ballistic efficiency and an edge over the competition.

Nosler’s 6mm-115 grain RDF bullet is available now at retailers and online stores.

6mm – 115 grain—G1 Ballistic Coefficient 0.634 | G7 Ballistic Coefficient 0.312

Load Data for the 6mm-115gr RDF bullet in 6mm Creedmoor can be found www.load-data.nosler.com

For more information about Nosler RDF™ bullets and 2019 product introductions, please visit www.nosler.com


About Nosler

Founded in 1948, Nosler, Incorporated is a family owned company located in Bend, Ore.  Nosler is most known for revolutionizing the hunting bullet industry with bullets such as the Partition, Ballistic Tip, AccuBond, E-Tip and most recently the AccuBond LR and RDF.  With the company motto of “Quality First,” Nosler manufactures premium component bullets, reloading brass, ammunition and semi-custom rifles for domestic and international customers making Nosler a comprehensive shooting products company. Nosler products are used worldwide by discriminating hunters, shooters, military and law enforcement professionals and sportsmen.

  • 3
    Leave a Reply

    Please Login to comment
    2 Comment threads
    1 Thread replies
    0 Followers
     
    Most reacted comment
    Hottest comment thread
    3 Comment authors
    AnitaNewOohrahGeorge Steele Recent comment authors
      Subscribe  
    Notify of
    AnitaNew
    Guest
    AnitaNew

    Seoshock

    George Steele
    Guest
    George Steele

    So: useless in a 6mm Remington (1:9 twist).

    Oohrah
    Guest
    Oohrah

    Wondered that myself if a lesser velocity with a 1: 9 or my 1: 10 would stabilize? I know that Remington was all over the place and even change it’s named designation. 244 Remington with their quick twist and light bullets. It didn’t sell well and twist was changed to a quicker twist and the name change to 6mm Remington I don’t recall what rifle twist they used, but I had a 1917 Winchester Enfield barreled to 1:10, 6mm Remington. Just started working up loads for it, when a close life time buddy wanted it badly. Don’t recall what kind… Read more »