Sellier and Bellot has built a reputation manufacturing quality ammunition since 1825 and they have combined their manufacturing know-how with Nosler's premium projectile technology to produce a top notch round.
Nosler has been producing the Partition line of projectiles since 1948 and it continues to set the standard for premium hunting bullets. The Partition design features a fully tapered copper alloy jacket that is designed to rupture instantly at the thin jacket mouth and due to the thickening jacket along the bullet's axis, it controls expansion and curls the jacket uniformly outward at both high and low velocities. This makes this cartridge effective at both close and long range. This bullet is sure to deliver superior mushrooming upon impact while retaining more than 2/3's of its original weight for deep penetration.
Sellier and Bellot has been producing cartridge ammunition since 1825. Today they produce ammunition using high quality components which is used by hunters, competition shooters, law enforcement agencies and militaries around the world.
This product is brass-cased, Boxer-primed, non-corrosive, and reloadable. It is both economical and precision manufactured by one of the oldest European cartridge producers.
|Manufacturer||Sellier & Bellot|
|Bullet Weight||175 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Nosler Partition|
|Ammo Caliber||7mm Remington Magnum|
|Cost Per Round||$2.35 to $2.40 per round|
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- Pricey, but on target Review by CO Wapiti Hunter
Quality Performance Value
After buying the ammo and sighting in the first time, I had a nice tight 2-3" group at 100 yds. On my first day of hunting, I ended up with a broken scope. I mounted the new scope and once all was adjusted, I am now getting 1-2" groups. At 200 yds the rounds are landing at 3-4". Between the Czechs knowing how to pack the same amount of powder into a cartridge and Noslers making a quality bullet to tip it, I'd call these groupings a dead animal.
The cartridges work smoothly enough, no complaint there, though I've see some complaints about Sellier & Bellot's fit into the chamber. (Posted on 10/16/13)