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Unread 09-08-2013, 07:50 PM
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Re: Nosler Accubond Long Range problem

Nosler Accubond Long Range problem-image.jpg

Crude measurement from meplat to base of cavity.
***Very Crude Measurement***
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    Re: Nosler Accubond Long Range problem

    Again,
    I apologize for my methods.

    I still have a hard time cutting up shootable bullets, especially these, which prove even more difficult to get, in the middle of a "component recession".


    Rich ill be flinging you a PM after a quick game of hide & seek, that I promised to my kids.....
    Gimme about a 1/2 hr hahaha
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    Re: Nosler Accubond Long Range problem

    You could try putting a fine mill file across it to try to improve the cut.
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    Re: Nosler Accubond Long Range problem

    winmag,

    U do my kinda work!

    I too have an adversity to chopping up precious projectiles.

    Next try, cut a groove in a board. Metal putty the bullet in the groove. Go from there
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    Re: Nosler Accubond Long Range problem

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    winmag,

    U do my kinda work!

    I too have an adversity to chopping up precious projectiles.

    Next try, cut a groove in a board. Metal putty the bullet in the groove. Go from there
    Ahhh,
    Young grasshopper should've consulted the master BEFORE I squished it in a vise

    Good call Roy,
    I may have some JB Weld layin around somewhere. Goodness knows I've got boards, drills, table saws, etc to make a sweet bullet torturing rig. I just didn't think far enough out of the box.
    The vise was on the bench, so it never occurred to me.
    By the end of the Autopsy, I had the feel for exactly when to quit cranking on the handle and not have the bullet fly out as i cut into it. Also knew just how hard crank it before I squished it. Trial & error, ya know.

    I had a What Would Roy Do? moment when that bullet got hot & I heard the sound of rice crispie's as the tip shot out of it. Pop!
    All I could think of, as I stood there in disbelief, was, Roy would just superglue that sucker back in! I laughed the whole time I searched for it.
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    Re: Nosler Accubond Long Range problem

    Looks interesting!! Sizable section of unsupported nose that the tip would push against at launch. Can't wait for more results
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    Re: Nosler Accubond Long Range problem

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    From the nosler cross sections the regular nos bt looks like it has a lot more bearing surface with a lead core and rather thin jacket where obduration would be easy than the lr accubond. Has anyone actually cross sectioned similar weight/ bore examples of these to see if their pictures are anywhere near accurate?? I hate to ruin a couple of the only box I have to get measurements. The lr looks like it has a hell of a tough heel on the pictures so that could be a likely problem with an out of spec bore.
    I don't put much stock in savage getting their bores right after we got a rifle marked 243 a while back from them at our lgs that had a 25 caliber bore on it. The chamber had no step from the chamber to the throat and shot like a shotgun with nearly every bullet tried. The 70 gr. speer tnt was the sole shootable bullet in that rifle. The whole bullet has a paper thin jacket and there's a heck of a lot of bearing surface so any engaugement seems to be enough to get her to spin well.
    I am sure the bullets match their picture in the box. I was just reffering to the fast that both have a very heavy, thick base of solid guilding metal.

    Sounds like that Savage barrel should have been returned for a new one!!!
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