Here we are 4 years after the 9mm was released (6 year after this line was first announced) and the .45acp has suddenly, and unexpectedly hit the market. It’s been so long that I hardly remember, but I had thought a Nosler rep had told me a couple years ago that this project was discontinued. When the 9mm finally hit the market in early 2015, it was only around for 6 months or so, and they didn’t seem to do more than one run as far as I could tell from then until today. Only the .45acp of this sort can be found anywhere today, and it only showed up in the past month or so it seems. I say that, because all of the sellers which Ammoseek shows as presently carrying this are proxy-sellers who just mimic their distributor’s lists to the public, so they tend to show up first online. The 20rd .45acp boxes of bonded-tipped run around $22 to $26 online right now.
I noticed that the ballistics table has some serious errors, with velocities all in the 2000+ range, and the muzzle energy listed at 2871 ! I guess I would proof-read stuff like this for a good once-over if I were a major ammunition manufacturer… The data they show appears to be for their .308 165gr ballistic tip - Nosler #40063
And here is Nosler’s original 2013 promo video for the product.