I currently use the accubonds in both my 300 WSM
(180 and 165 ABs) and also my 280 rem (140 and 160 ABs).
I used the 180 AB in my 300 WSM to take my first Alaskan bull moose this year up off the Takotna River in SE AK. Passed thru both shoulders no problems animal was DRT one shot kill. Have also taken several whitetails, mule deer, and antelope with the 150 and 165 AB`s in the 300 WSM with no problems. Same can be said for the 280 using the 140 and 160 ABs. Great performing bullets in both long (up to 495 yards) and short range applications and very accurate in my rifles.
I will stay with the nosler ABs for sure but have started to look at the Barnes TTSX and MRX bullets this year as well. I want to try those products out and see how they group in my rifles. Time will tell.
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Ft Bragg, North Carolina
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