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.257 Accubond

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Unread 12-03-2004, 09:27 PM
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.257 Accubond

Quarter-Bore fans,
Just ordered the 110gr Accubond from Midway. $15.95 per 50. Hopefully I'll get to try them before deer season here ends. Johnny K.
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    Re: .257 Accubond

    good deal ive been waiting going to order now it will bee hard to beat the tsx load load you hooked me up with thanks again marlow [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
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    Marlow,
    No prob with the TSX load. As soon as the Accubonds get here I intend to start load development for 'em. Will pass info on. We only have about 28 more days of deer season left but hopefully I will be able to see how they perform.
    I loaded 140gr'ers for a buddies 7Mag Sendero and he's been hammering the deer this year. He's called me at least once a week and sends the same text message, "One shot, One kill". Johnny K.
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    Re: .257 Accubond

    Whats the BC for this bullet?
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    No idea.
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    Re: .257 Accubond

    Anyone ever get any load info for the 25-06 and the accubond? I haven't had much success in my sendero as of yet. Thanks.
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    Re: .257 Accubond

    nosler lists .418 bc for the 110gr
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