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130gr.Accubonds in .260

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Unread 02-24-2014, 06:31 AM
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Location: west central Indiana
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130gr.Accubonds in .260

Very dissapointing but my rifle just doesn't shoot 130gr.Bergers well. Was thinking of trying 130gr. Accubonds. My shots will be from 100 to 600yrds. What do you guys think of this bullet. Thanks
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Unread 02-24-2014, 09:18 AM
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Location: Colorado
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Re: 130gr.Accubonds in .260

I worked up a load for my 6.5x284 and while I couldn't get great accuracy out of my rifle the terminal performance was unbelievable. I put a marginal shot on a deer at about 150 yards and he went about ten feet and was down. Vitals were trashed. I highly recommend if they shoot good in your rig
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Unread 02-24-2014, 11:04 AM
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Location: Memphis Tn
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Re: 130gr.Accubonds in .260

I load the 130 Accubonds for my friends Savage in 260 Rem.. He has taken a number of deer with the load. I use RL-19, in RP cases, and WLR primers.

This is a sub MOA load in his rifle and the Accubonds are a deadly deer bullet.
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