What ranges have you experienced this at? It sound like you need to try Ballistic tips. The bonded bullets are built that way for max penetration. Even a big mulie probably won't expand the accubond without hitting the near side shoulder bone.
If you're out there a ways, say >400 yds, and don't hit a rib going in you're likely to get a "pencil through" with no expansion.
And despite what you may have heard BTs don't "blow up on hair" as was once reported. They have been engineered by Nosler to be the most effective deer bullet out there. And they work!
No, I don't work for Nosler. And no, I didn't stay at the Bend, OR Holiday Inn Express last night! ;)
Just my 2cents.
Originally Posted by greener280
I am currently shooting a 160 gr. nosler accubond out of my 7mm WSM. It shoots really good for me but when i shoot animals they tend to just punch a hole in them and they run. I am considering shooting 160 gr. nosler partitions instea dfor the knockdown power. Anyone have any takes on the accuracy between these two bullets, or any other opinions.