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I saw one today at the Nosler shop. They said it would be introduced in a month or so.

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We need more details than that teaser. devil
 
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We need more details than that teaser. devil


I agree, this is very interesting news to me.
I will be following this thread closely.


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Looks espensive!


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Looks espensive!


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I am very happy to see it is a center grip.
I figured they would introduce it as a rear grip.


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Interesting. I toured Nosler (really neat) in October. Guy knew I was a handgun freak. Never said a word!
Maybe it will go the way of the "fine" Weatherby handgun?
 
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Wonder what the caliber options will be?

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Just might be worth the 3 hour drive to check it out first hand.
 
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My first impression is that it looks cheesey. Maybe it will look better in my hand. I think my xp's look much better. Kudos on the initiative to get into handguns though! thumbup

[ps. just think the stock looks cheesey]


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I’m willing to bet they will offer a wood stock too
 
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As long as the McMillan after market stock could be configured maybe... but I agree don't dig the stock on the one in the picture.
 
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I don't mind the stock, and I'm glad they're using the AR pistol grip so that it can easily be changed out. A specialty pistol with a factory stock that doesn't require a gunsmith and six-months to modify is a welcome addition to the market.
 
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Wonder what the caliber options will be?

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This is really interesting!!!! We must get more info!!!! Cool


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A specialty pistol with a factory stock that doesn't require a gunsmith and six-months to modify is a welcome addition to the market.


I got mine done in about a month after i had my stock. Big Grin


That is not the prettiest stock in the world. Maybe a color change would help me....all black or something. scratch head

Awesome that they might make some! If they could keep it under $2000..... laugh nuts


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Looks Great to me.

I like the stock myself.

Hopefully it’ll be priced right.


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looks great, sure with it was left bolt left port. I always hate having to break my grip when reloading. Savage had it halfway right with the left bolt striker. Very interested to see what price that sucker comes in at.
 
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Looks very good to me too. As long as the grip fit is good. It looks like it could take a beating and keep on ticking which is important in a hunting gun.
 
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Talked to my source at Nosler today. No firm decision on price, calibers, stock options. The boss is finalizing that now. Release date- "soon".
I put a plug in for all the propritory Nosler calibers.
 
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Anyone have any more info on this rig?
Looks pretty interesting to me.
 
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looks great, sure with it was left bolt left port. I always hate having to break my grip when reloading. Savage had it halfway right with the left bolt striker. Very interested to see what price that sucker comes in at.


2X on the left bolt & port. Did Ernie have something to do with this?


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My efforts did not initiate this. I have been in contact with them and phone calls and emails now, once I learned the prototype was out.


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I put a plug in for all the propritory Nosler calibers.

Is it my imagination or does the back end of the barrel (under the objective bell of the scope) say "22 Nosler" on it??


Good luck and good hunting.
 
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I put a plug in for all the propritory Nosler calibers.

Is it my imagination or does the back end of the barrel (under the objective bell of the scope) say "22 Nosler" on it??


Looks like it to me.
 
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I am looking forward to this. I plan on going to my LGS within the next couple of weeks and see what they can find out. I got my heart set on a 26Nosler, 260 Rem, 6.5 Creedmoor or even a 6.5-284. I'll take anything as long as it's a 6.5/260.


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Hope this happens. Just passed on a really nice gun last night in hopes of this Nosler Specialty Pistol.


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magman, The Nosler handgun will happen -- and it's going to be a dandy!
 
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I tryed inviting them to the MOA COLD TURKEY match and as of today have not received a response. Disapointing as it could have been a good opportunity to show off their product in action.


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I'm pretty sure there will be one of their new handguns at MOA Smile
 
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Hopefully it will come with a Nosler rep. Promote the shooting sports!!! flag


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Them Nosler people are hard to get ahold of. Been trying for 3 days. No luck.


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I'm pretty sure there will be one of their new handguns at MOA Smile


Are you bringing it?

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If nothing unforeseen happens -- YES.
 
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Mark: if you have a connection within Nosler, please try to get them to send a representitive to participate and write an article for them as you have done for the match. Good advertising for them, good excuse for another article. See you then.


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Finally got ahold of the Nosler folks. It sounds like it just might be available at some point. All they had when I called was a prototype 22Nosler. No interest in that. The rep did say that if it does happen, they have a contact list so they can inform people. I put my name on the list. Now it's wait and see.


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If nothing unforeseen happens -- YES


Mark, Make sure to bring LOTS of extra ammo! Big Grin Big Grin

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Roger that Glenn!!! I'd talk more about it -- but they told me to keep my big mouth shut! One of these days...............
 
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I'm new here and don't want to get bashed for not knowing but.....are there "tactical" pistol courses like the rifle courses? Because this looks like it was made specifically for something like that.
 
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WY-SHOT is not a PRS Match, but a field steel shoot.
I wouldn't call mine a tactical shoot...Some might.


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girevik, The Nosler pistol is not specifically designed for "tactical" matches. It will find favor with handgun hunters and shooters in general -- and it is extremely accurate. So I guess it may have several different applications depending on interest/desire.
 
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The way you say that makes me think you've got it already Big Grin
 
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If you look at the Nosler site at the Ballistic varmint bullet section you can see a fella holding a dead coyote and a white model 48 SP
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If you look at the Nosler site at the Ballistic varmint bullet section you can see a fella holding a dead coyote and a white model 48 SP
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The pistol is fairly well covered up so it is quiet to me.


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Nosler made the announcement, well, teaser on fb today about this pistol...


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Hopefully we will see at least one at the MOA cold turkey match in two weeks.


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There will be a Nosler handgun at MOA - in 6.5 Creedmoor. Look for more photos and details Monday.
 
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Awesome Mark! I look forward to seeing it and seeing how well it shoots. And seeing you and the Mrs too, is she shooting it in the match or you?

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Hi Adam, Hope you are well. The Nosler has a 16 inch barrel so I won't be shooting it in the light gun or hunter class. Karen has a new build for heavy gun and if I'm nice -- she may let me shoot it. I'll bring the Nosler and hopefully we can burn some powder. Look forward to seeing everyone!
 
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Here it is...

https://www.nosler.com/nosler-...1b&mc_eid=0b2ffa2af1


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There will be a Nosler handgun at MOA - in 6.5 Creedmoor. Look for more photos and details Monday.


Mark: Any chance there will be a factory rep. along with you promoting the pistol?

Twist their arm - long or short - to attend the match.


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Got email to place order.


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Gary, I'll twist an arm or two but I'm not holding my breath.
 
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Awesome Cool

Almost a fair price lol, looks good, and decent cartridge choices.


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I really like the storm trooper white model. Anyone want to buy one of my kidneys so I can get it? Actually, I think it would look cool as polished aluminum too.


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I think they were wise in putting their price over $500 cheaper than H-S.
Really pleased they have barrel length options, and a brake option (Harrell).
For this price are we looking at Brux, Broughton, Krieger, and Bartlein barrel type quality?
Still, as much as a custom XP, built exactly the way you want it.
I would get a more vertical AR grip with a semi rounded or flat bottom for field shooting/hunting.
I think it has an adjustable trigger...If so, that is really COOL!
I like the looks of this SP.


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Website shows Shilen. I would like to know the twist rates of the different chamberings.


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Currently the barrels are Shilen. The heavy contour on my 6.5 Creedmoor has a muzzle diameter of .825". The barrel if fully free-floated.

The trigger is fully adjustable for pull weight, engagement, and over-travel. Nosler manufactured this 2-stage trigger.
 
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Thanks Mark and Rich!


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Glad to see another bolt action pistol show up.
 
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There is a write up over on shooter forum Accurate Shooter forum in the Daily Bulletin section.


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5.4 lbs is impressive. I think you could make weight in light gun at the MOA.
 
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Jon, We missed you this year. Hope you can attend next year -- 13th Annual MOA Shoot. Yes, I believe the Nosler with 15-inch fluted barrel, 20 MOA base, muzzle brake, and scope would make the Light Gun weight requirement. I wouldn't be surprised to see one or two set-up for next year's MOA shoot Smile
 
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I really missed seeing everyone this year. Adam and Mike were kind enough to keep me updated on the shooting as each day progressed. I'm looking forward to seeing everyone next year.

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Mine showd yesterday. So far no demons. Overall very nice.


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Tim,

What caliber did you go with?

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6.5 Creedmoor. I'd post a pic, but don't know to from a phone.


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Still waiting patiently for mine.
 
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Mine finally arrived yesterday!!
 
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