Norma bondstrike has been known for precision, but BONDSTRIKE takes it to a whole new level.
Firstly, with a winning combination of streamlined polymer tip and match style boat tail for great accuracy.
Secondly, BONDSTRIKE features unique bonding technology and state of the art design.
This wildcat was probably first made shortly after the introduction of the .284 Winchester in 1963. Due to the enormous popularity of the 6,5 mm caliber in Europe the 6,5-.284 was made into a factory round by Norma of Sweden in 2001 – only a year after they marketed the first cases for reloading. During its many years as a wildcat it gained a well-deserved reputation of being a very accurate cartridge combining a moderate recoil and muzzle blast with the outstanding long range and penetration potential of the long .264” bullets of 140 grains or more.
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Firstly, It separates itself form the field with extreme accuracy and terminal performance at all distances.
Secondly, BONDSTRIKE’s performance on game is impressive to witness. Thirdly, From the venerable 308 Win to the powerful 300 Win Mag, the bullet delivers.
Further, Hunters have used this with great success on everything from running moose in Sweden to baited hogs in Texas. Moreover, Long range expansion and knockdown power stopped a large moose with a single shot.
Most of the rifles in 6,5-.284 Norma are used for target shooting, but it is gaining popularity as a long range hunting and varmint cartridge too. The 6,5-.284 Norma will do everything the 6,5×55 Swedish will do – a 100 yards further out.
Tough construction kept the bullet in tact inside 100 yards on a big old boar. Be sure you try it yourself. Near or far, we know you’ll come to trust BONDSTRIKE.