Just got off the phone with Nosler "Tech Department," and they couldn't give me the measurement from the base of their bullet to the ogive.
Why..? well, I was told that the distance isn't the same, they vary a little.
So I asked, "how does a fellow find out "approximately" what the measurement would be?"
I was told that I could buy a box and measure them for myself, or that possibily... a request to engineering could be submitted.., "but you can't contact them directly."
Funny, Mr Bill Hober, of Swift called me back (personally), and even went so far as to leave me his home phone number if I needed any more info. Yes, he did have the measurments.
It "seems" like that would be a "need to know" number- the ogive location of your bullets.
But, it seem to be a mystery at Nosler...
Anyone happen to have a 250 grain nosler partition, in .358 cal. that could tell me where the ogive (approximately) contacts the lands..?