Originally Posted by Remington5r
I don't quite know if you understand. I will be using a 210 grain Long range Accubonds for my elk and long range deer loads. I want to use a light fast bullets for thin skinned antelope deer and coyotes because I want limited penetration and lots of hydrostatic shock to knock them down in their tracks. I have been successful at achieving this goal with both the vld and the ballistic tip. I am just having a hard time deciding between which one to stick with.
If you have a rifle that will both shoot 210gr bullets and 125gr bullets with good accuracy then you have something special that I've never seen or heard of.
In my experience twist will limit that and getting lightweight for caliber bullets to shoot accurately in the over 3100fps range from a 30 caliber magnum of any type is something I've never accomplished or seen done.
All that being said, Nosler now makes the 30cal 125gr AccBond for those antelope shots you have mentioned and you won't have to worry about them coming apart at those extreme magnum velocities if you DO get them to shoot accurately. Good luck with that....
By the way I bought mine at Midway and they still have some....
Nosler AccuBond Bullets 30 Cal (308 Diameter) 125 Grain Spitzer Boat