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Nosler Long range Accubond Additional info

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Re: Nosler Long range Accubond Additional info

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Bc's look somewhat inflated. There is another post on here where litz is doubting some of these bc claims.
Regardless of what he thinks, Matrix has my business untill something better comes along.
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    Regardless of what he thinks, Matrix has my business untill something better comes along.
    I never said they wont be good but just stating the bc's look high. I like matrix also but giving your customers accurate data is much better than claiming higher than realistic numbers.
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    Agreed!!!

    Also, if they are as easy to load as the Matrix bullets or even the standard accubond they are a definate winner. Finicky headspacing is a major pain in the rear for the average joe
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    Agreed!!!

    Also, if they are as easy to load as the Matrix bullets or even the standard accubond they are a definate winner. Finicky headspacing is a major pain in the rear for the average joe
    Finicky headspacing????
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    Re: Nosler Long range Accubond Additional info

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    Finicky headspacing????
    he probably means consistent seating depth or distance from the beginning of the bearing surface to the lands.
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    he probably means consistent seating depth or distance from the beginning of the bearing surface to the lands.
    i figured he meant finicky seating depth but didnt have the right terminology
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