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INTRODUCING Accubond Long Range

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Re: INTRODUCING Accubond Long Range

Do you have MSRP's for these?
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    That's excellent news, I just hope the B.C.'s aren't inflated. I will certainly get in line to try some in my 7mm dakota.


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    This is very good news!!

    I've asked for years, why is it that we don't have a bonded bullet, tipped (or not), but shaped like a VLD that is a hunting bullet.

    They need a 140 in 6.5mm
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    Spoke with Mike at Nosler. Both the 7mm 168 and 175 will stabilize in a 9 twist. Crop depredation should be interesting to say the least this spring. This may encourage Hornady to get in the long range game officially. Only goes to prove that competition is a good thing!
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    will these be available in other Nosler products? (BTs?) i had a terrible experience with accubonds on deer and won't use them again.
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    Re: INTRODUCING Accubond Long Range

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    Why the light weight 6.5? Is it geared more towards the Grendel crowd? Any plans for a 140g?
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    Re: INTRODUCING Accubond Long Range

    Should make a 95g 6mm AB... they have partitions, why not ABs
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