Nosler Trophy Grade ammunition is high quality, production-run ammunition manufactured to strict tolerances and inspected as it is hand-packaged. Trophy Grade features Nosler Custom brass and the dependable, high performing bullets you know and trust.
This particular Nosler Ammunition features the AccuBond Long Range bullet, a rapidly expanding bonded hunting bullet with the highest Ballistic Coefficient possible in a bullet of the same caliber and weight. The bonding process eliminates the issue of being too close, a problem often associated with many of the other high hunting bullets. AccuBond Long Range Bullets’ long, sleek ogive was designed to produce outstanding accuracy in a wide variety of firearms.
Roy Weatherby invented the.30-378 as an anti-personnel/anti-material military cartridge.
The.378 Weatherby Magnum was necked down to take a.308-inch bullet. Redstone Arsenal sought a 6,000 ft/s (1,800 m/s) rifle cartridge for light rounds against, The.30-378 Weatherby Magnum reached over 1,500 m/s. The.30-378 Weatherby Magnum’s slower-burning, denser propellant exceeded the US Army’s 6,000 ft/s (1,800 m/s) requirement.
Weatherby released the cartridge in 1996.
The 30 378 weatherby for sale achieved world records in 1,000-yard benchrest competitions. Earl Chronister, firing a.30-378 Weatherby Magnum, shot the first 10X with nine shots to 3.125 inches and one flier for a 4.375-inch group. It lasted 30 years. Wildcatters built several.30-378 Weatherby Magnum variants. Hammond firearms and H-S Precision built rifles before Weatherby did.
In 1991, Shooting Times editor Layne Simpson pushed Roy Weatherby’s son Ed to release the.30-378 Weatherby as a standard chambering in the Mark V action. Layne Simpson manufactured a.30-378 Weatherby rifle in 1995 and supplied loading data for Norma Precision.