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25-06 and 110 gr accubonds

 
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Old 06-09-2005, 06:39 PM
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25-06 and 110 gr accubonds

anyone try these yet? Loads, velocity, and comments appreciated!
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Re: 25-06 and 110 gr accubonds

Dufur, Don"t own a 25-06, but I have been shooting these out of my 257 STW and they are great. Excellent accuracy at over 3450 fps. They should be great. I spoke to the guys at Nosler and they designed this bullet to be the mirror image of the 115 ballistic tip. Thats why the 110 gn, the bullet is the same size as Ball tip that way. Any data for the 115 ball tip should work for the 110 accubond.
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Re: 25-06 and 110 gr accubonds

Thanks, that will get me started. Right now my favorite load for my MKV lightweight 25-06 is hornady case, fed 210 primer, 56 gr RL22 and Hornady 117 btsp. She's not a tack driver but I have her under 1.5 ave 3 shot group @ 100 yd. A lot better than it was doing before I replaced the stock and adjusted the forearm upward pressure on the barrel.
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Re: 25-06 and 110 gr accubonds

I have had great luck with the Ramshot powders, they meter nicely from the powder measure, since they are ball powders. I wouldnt be suprised if your gun groups better with the Nosler bullets.
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Re: 25-06 and 110 gr accubonds

If they are just the size of the 115 NBTs like mentioned above, I would give IMR 7828 a try.

W/ 115 NBTs I'm getting sub MOA groups w/ 53 grns 7828, Rem Brass, WLR Primers. Measures 3050 @ 15' from muzzle. Not a real screamer but starting to show pressure w/ that charge.

R22 gives me better velocity but, I couldn't get the groups as w/ the 7828.

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Re: 25-06 and 110 gr accubonds

I load for a couple 25-06's and I have to second the
IMR-7828 it makes for a realy consistant load and now that IMR had the new 7828 super short cut that should make things even better
I have also gotten realy good results with trusty old 4831 ,that gave me the best velocities and decient accuracy but the guys that own these guns wanted more accuracy than speed.
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Re: 25-06 and 110 gr accubonds

I also have wondered about 7828 short cut & I want to try the 110 Accubond. Right now I get 3,304 ave. vel. with RL25
& 120 Part. in a Sendero. But it looks like in 2-3 weeks I
can send it and my brothers Sendero as well to Kirby to get
the A.I. treatment if he can still work us in.
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