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Unread 04-22-2013, 09:45 PM
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Re: Accubond

Cody- i agree with X-man. Accubonds have shot out of my remington senderos and sakos equivalent to match bullets. X-man has some experience here listen to him. you may have something loose. for black bear/ deer you could change bullets weights to 165 accubond . you need to make sure the scope mts or something is not loose. bench testing a 300 weatherby sporter weight without a break, i could do it; not as enjoyable as my 16 pound 6.5-284.
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    I've not had good luck with 180's in the 300 WBY, shot a lot of groups and wasted a lot of bullets before finding heavy Berger's were the answer, the 200 Accubond was better than the 180's though.
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    I've not had good luck with 180's in the 300 WBY, shot a lot of groups and wasted a lot of bullets before finding heavy Berger's were the answer, the 200 Accubond was better than the 180's though.
    are you using the berger vlds
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