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Why would you not try the accubond if you are so fond of the BT Jimm? That one is very hard for me to understand. I have had some very bad experiences with BTs hitting the edges of shoulder bones or ribs and dissintigrating. I would not use one on elk ever again after using them on elk 3 years ago. Let me tell you, the accubonds are as accurate as the BTs, and a touch moreso in my own experience. They are a heck of a good bullet. I bought me a 300 WSM
a few weeks ago with a 1-11" twist and I cannot wait until the 165 accubonds come out (Nosler says next year).
[/ QUOTE ] Man, you are going to love that one in eleven twist if you shoot 180 grainers. I had one made up for me years ago in .308 norma mag and it shot like a house afire with the 180's. I'am afaird I shot it out long before the advent of the 165 grainers. I sure like that combo. My present .300 WINNY has a one in twelve twist that really likes the 180 and 200 but it never has shot like that old 1 in 11 did. Funny how, when you run through 40 pounds of H4831 there ain't much left of the bore. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]