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Bullet BC's

Hey guys does anyone know the bc on the .338 245gr bore tech match and the .338 250gr nosler accubond bullets, cant find the bc's anywhere.

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    Re: Bullet BC's

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    Hey guys does anyone know the bc on the .338 245gr bore tech match and the .338 250gr nosler accubond bullets, cant find the bc's anywhere.

    Thanks fellas
    Nathan
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    Looks like Nosler doesn't have any BC info on their website:

    http://www.nosler.com/?p=11&b=5&s=3


    However, a LRH member posted a BC of .575 for the .250g NAB.

    http://longrangehunting.com/forums/f...42/index4.html



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    Hey FEENIX do you know anything about the boretech's performance on big game. Do they expand very well or are they mainly a target bullet.

    Thanks man
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    Nathan,

    Sorry but I do not have any info or experience on Bore Tech's bullets. Good luck!

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    Thanks Ed appreciate it.

    Nathan
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    In the Nosler reloading guide they only list a 250 gr. Partition Spitzer bullet they don't list an Accubond at they weight. They do list a 225 gr. 200 gr. 180 gr. AccuBond for 338. Perhaps that's why you can not find the numbers for the 250 gr.
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    Re: Bullet BC's

    those "bore tech" bullets look an awful lot like the lehigh bullets to me.
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