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INTRODUCING Accubond Long Range

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Unread 10-31-2012, 06:23 PM
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Re: INTRODUCING Accubond Long Range

Well, I've always had to choose between the bc bullet I wanted, and the terminal performance preferred. Have been using 160 accubonds in my 7mm rum, a little more weight and a better bc will make it go from an ok compromise to allmost perfect.

Glad to see nosler push for these, Only can hope they are to the quality of all the other nosler products I currently use.

When will these make it to the shelves, would like to haul a few boxes home.
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    Re: INTRODUCING Accubond Long Range

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    The 190 would sure make a 1000 yard 308 win bullet from hell...

    I was thinking about putting a 300wsm together but not sure if I will if the 190 has at least a .570 BC. At 5000'/59 degrees I can get 1000 foot pounds at 1000 yards with expansion.
    It also looks real good for the old '06...if a 24" barrel can muster 2,700 fps without exceeding 63k psi in a modern bolt action, great things could happen. (I'm thinking about 57 grains of H4350 should do the trick)

    I'm betting those BC's are computer generated...but even if they are off by 10%...you still get .574.

    Makes the 30-06 a solid 800 yard hunting caliber, even for elk...and deer, 1,200 yards...still well above supersonic, good expansion speed...
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    Re: INTRODUCING Accubond Long Range

    definately itching to compare a Matrix 165 VLD to the Nosler 150 ALR...the G1 BC is almost the same!!!
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    definately itching to compare a Matrix 165 VLD to the Nosler 150 ALR...the G1 BC is almost the same!!!
    I was just thinking the same thing, I'll have to find some and whip them out at a mile and see how they fair!!!
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    Re: INTRODUCING Accubond Long Range

    limited to 700 at the moment...

    once the weather gets better...then could run to 1k...


    I dont have anywhere (or anything for that matter) that can go a mile
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    Re: INTRODUCING Accubond Long Range

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    It also looks real good for the old '06...if a 24" barrel can muster 2,700 fps without exceeding 63k psi in a modern bolt action, great things could happen. (I'm thinking about 57 grains of H4350 should do the trick)

    I'm betting those BC's are computer generated...but even if they are off by 10%...you still get .574.

    Makes the 30-06 a solid 800 yard hunting caliber, even for elk...and deer, 1,200 yards...still well above supersonic, good expansion speed...
    Should be able to get a 24" 06 up to 2700 with a 190. I regularly run 190's at 2660-2700+ in 24 and 26" 308's.
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    Re: INTRODUCING Accubond Long Range

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    Should be able to get a 24" 06 up to 2700 with a 190. I regularly run 190's at 2660-2700+ in 24 and 26" 308's.

    EXCELLENT...I haven't loaded any bullets over 175 grains in my '06 yet...only had it a year...

    That really is great news....
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