There is the info from the horse's mouth. Basically, the lead core is molecularly bonded to the copper jacket. The make up of the copper jacket is beefier than regular ballistic tips. Hornady's Interbond and Swift's Scirocco are very similar make-ups. Each company boasts how their minute differences are better than the competition. I am shooting the 165 Interbonds in my 300 WM this season for whitetails. They group very well, and Nosler doesn't make a 165 gr Accubond, yet. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
Don't worry, the NP will work great, but the AccuBond offers better long-range stability and has a ballistic advantage over the NP. Good luck with your 2005-06 season.