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Unread 11-09-2006, 08:53 PM
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Accubond .270 130gr on the shelf....

Bought some 130gr. .270 Accubond bullets, but can't seem to find any reloading data. I went to Noslers site and they don't even have the bullet posted? Maybe I missed something? Has anyone had any experience with them yet? I'm shooting a .270WSM.
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    Re: Accubond .270 130gr on the shelf....

    For all practical purposes you will get the same pressure as ballitic tips. Some people have reported a tiny bit more pressure. I haven't seen this problem myself and I've loaded lots of accubonds.
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    Re: Accubond .270 130gr on the shelf....

    The Nosler Accubond is only available as a 140 gr. in 277 cal.
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    Re: Accubond .270 130gr on the shelf....

    Actually, Nosler has just introduced a .277" 130 gr AB.
    Use 130 gr Load data but remenber to start low and work up.

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    Re: Accubond .270 130gr on the shelf....

    .270WSM Using RL-19: I would like to understand a little better as to why Nosler recomend a certain powder charge for the 130 gr bullets (61.5gr - 65.5gr)?

    Now the Hornady 130gr Interbond (65gr - 67gr) same bullet weight, but packing more powder charge. Just curious?

    Nosler - http://www.nosler.com/index.php?p=15...20Cal&s=99

    An experienced loader using 130 Interbond bullets - http://forums.basspro.com/cgi-bin/ul...;f=15;t=002446
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