We like Nosler bullets. They perform well, and are less money than Sierra or Berger. Take these Custom Competition 77 grain bullets. You can find 1000 of them for under $250. Meanwhile, 1000 Sierra MK will set you back about ~$300, and if you want Berger OTM 77 Grain, that is going to set you back ballpark $350. We find these to be great performers. Great value. Of course, we are only talking about Accuracy. You can go to other sites and channels and see gel testing, etc. We don't care about gel testing with rifles, at all. We think anything gets hit with even a 35 grain varmint round out of an AR15, its better than any 45, 40, or 9mm. Well, statistically, its about 250-300% more energy dumped in a shorter distance, so yes, we will take the AR15. and twice on Sunday (if that is an option).
We want to thank Nosler for making great products. Thank you! We paid for all of ours, and nobody sponsors us. We run the site through donations from people. If any corporation wanted something, we would test it, but would let you know they provided it. That is fair.
Our only noticeable criticism of these, is the tips are not as uniform as say, Berger OTM's. We get a range of OAL about ~12k, versus Berger is about ~4k, and Sierra in between. This has no effect in performance, because every seating die seats by ogive, not tip. OAL's are always variable due to tip differences, especially in hollow points like these.