Re: INTRODUCING Accubond Long Range
I "tested" a .338 cal 300 gr Accubond exiting the muzzle at 2900 fps and slamming through a bull moose at 30 yards (Sept. 2012) the bullet was not recovered but the end result was phenomenal performance that hella impressed me, the vitals were jellied with a fist sized exit hole causing massive blood loss and instantaneous (and even immediate) death occured !!!!
( no I don't work for Nosler, ... just a lowly carpenter from Alaska, haha )
I would not hesitate using an Accubond at "hair" range on a large pissed of brownie, something I would never attempt to do with any Berger or Sierra bullet regardless of caliber or weight, and that's not dissing those bullets.. "just facts as I see them"
Regardless of the high bc claims I see a home for the 6.5mm bullets in my wildcat 6.5 PRO, sending the new Accubond at 3700+ fps will be awesome, and (hopefully, NOSLER !!) a 140 gr at 3600 fps , then again personally I'd rather have Nosler make a heavier 150-160 gr 6.5mm Accubond, now THAT would be fantastic !
the bullet I would really like to see is a Swift A Frame in a Scirrocco profile
How is it y'all still don't know the difference between CALIBER and CARTRIDGE ??
"In guns, particularly firearms, caliber or calibre is the approximate internal diameter of the barrel, or the diameter of the projectile it fires."
"Fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity"