Originally Posted by 6.5x300
Well guys finally pulled the trigger with all my preferance points and drew an any bull elk tag for a very tough draw in E. Oregon. Now the work begines. First on my list is which bullet the 250AB or the 300MK from a .338 edge? The 300s shot just the way their are supposed to with .3 groups but I'm concerened about meat loss. Is the AB any better?
I tried a quick search with no results, I'll continue to search the sight and thanks in addvance to all replies.
No one likes the SMKs better than I do but they are not a hunting bullet even if they are used
for that purpose. They are a target bullets that's why they are called MATCH KINGS.
They will definitely kill game .!!!
The accubond is a HUNTING BULLET and has predictable results on game . Plus they are very
accurate at all ranges .Every caliber that I have tried the accubonds in performed extremely
well at all distances hunted.
There is a reason that they are the #1 hunting bullet on this site .For the guys that can and
do shoot 1500yards + then accuracy is everything and the object is to make a good hit and
not to worry about meat loss .
I tried the SMKs and found that shot in the same place every time sometimes the SMKs almost
cut them in half and the next time left a one caliber exit hole.
The accubonds produce 1 to 3inch exit holes every time .
I use the 225 and the 250 accubonds in my 338 RUM and my maximum range for ELK is 1100
yards for reasons of energy,velocity and my ability under hunting conditions.
I used to use a lot of different bullets until the accubonds came along and now I use nothing
but the Accubond for hunting as long as the rifle will shoot to my standards.
I know others will disagree but that's what makes the world go around.
J E CUSTOM