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Unread 08-13-2013, 04:40 PM
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Accubond LRs

Anybody figured out what type of seating depth off the lands these new accubond LRs like? I have some 210s to load for my 300 RUM and would like to hear what's worked, and hasn't, for others with these new accubond LRs.
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    Unread 08-14-2013, 09:42 AM
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    Re: Accubond LRs

    Seating depth info from experience on any caliber of accubond LR would be appreciated, not just for the 300 RUM.
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    Re: Accubond LRs

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    Anybody figured out what type of seating depth off the lands these new accubond LRs like? I have some 210s to load for my 300 RUM and would like to hear what's worked, and hasn't, for others with these new accubond LRs.
    -.015 to .020 off lands is a good place to start
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    Re: Accubond LRs

    The 210 alrs shot best in my dads 30/375 s.i. Between .040-.070 jump. I am at 60 thou off right now.
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    Re: Accubond LRs

    Here is the scoop. Stay with the jump. 3.600 - 3.633. Best group 88grns Retumbo
    Chrono 1 = 2913 2= 2903 3=2922 Nosler Custom brass. Fed 215m.
    Faster load 93 grns Magnum (no pp) Chrono 1= 3038 2 = 3020 3= 3025 same brass same primer
    Gun Rem Sendero 300RUM 1-10 B. 250 yards Retumbo .833 Magnum 1.54
    I do not use sleds! Bags and light trigger pull......
    I have tested 300. 270. & 7mm 168 in ABLR's
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