Nosler Unveils World’s Most Powerful 7mm Commercial Cartridge


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Nosler bills the 28 as the World’s most powerful commercial 7mm cartridge.

In 2014, Nosler introduced its first namesake cartridge to the world—the 26 Nosler. Since then, the cartridge has achieved such renowned success that adding another member to the Nosler cartridge family became an obvious decision. With a muzzle velocity of 3,300 fps when using a 160-gran bullet, the 28 Nosler is billed as the most powerful 7mm cartridge commercially available today.

Ballistic enthusiasts are well aware of the benefits and advantages that 7mm (.284 caliber) bullets have, such as inherently high ballistic coefficients for long range accuracy and minimized wind drift.

The attributes listed above, in partnership with the Nosler bullets and velocities listed below will soon be available in Nosler’s Trophy Grade Ammunition. For those looking for the edge in power, velocity and long range performance in 7mm caliber, look no further.

Factory Loads:

Nosler Trophy Grade Ammunition–160gr AccuBond

Nosler Trophy Grade LR Ammunition–175gr AccuBond LR

The classic Nosler M48 Legacy is available for the new 28.
The classic Nosler M48 Legacy is available for the new 28.

The 28 Nosler shares the same parent case as the 26 Nosler as well as the C.O.A.L. of 3.340 inches allowing this cartridge to be operated in standard length actions for lighter weight and shorter bolt throw when compared to magnum length actions.

Nosler is also supporting this new cartridge with Nosler Brass, Trophy Grade Ammunition and a full line of M48 rifles in 26-inch barrel length configurations.

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3 thoughts on “Nosler Unveils World’s Most Powerful 7mm Commercial Cartridge”

  1. Not buying the hype–the 7 RUM is faster–as is the lazeroni —I bought the 26 last year in Noslers rifle. While I like the cartridge, its NOT that much faster than the 264 Win mag. The 26 is non-belted which i like..but the Patriot rifle feels like a 2×4 in my opinion..and the trigger is set too far back towards the wrist of the stock for my tastes.

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