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Old 07-03-2006, 10:26 PM
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help with bullet selection. .284

so here is my dilemma, i am having a hard time picking out which bullet i want to shoot from my 7mag. i have a 270wsm that shoots 140 accubonds scary well and do not want a ballistic replica of that. i dont know what bullet to use! i have been tinkering with the 120 TSX with little succes, but things are starting to get better. the deer i hunt are small coues deer with shots ( my shots) being MAYBE 600 yards at the absoluete most with perfect conditions, but would 99% of the time be kept under 500 yards. please help me pick out the bullet of my dreams! another factor is i like all of my guns to be able to range from coyotes-deer-elk-javelina in a pinch. i want to load a bullet that is tought enough to kill elk, but will also open up on our small deer(deer will be the primary target of this please help!
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Old 07-03-2006, 10:53 PM
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Re: help with bullet selection. .284

Nosler 7mm 160 gr Accubond. It will cover everything from mice to moose both near and far.

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Nosler 7mm 160 gr Accubond. It will cover everything from mice to moose both near and far.


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Re: help with bullet selection. .284

I agree with JD338 for the accubond. I found my load for my 7mm mag today. I have been working with different loads for scirocco's, but couldn't get'em to group under an 1" (I'm picky).. Boy I followed some advice to try the accubonds and they clovered 3 shots on top of each other - probably measured under 1/4". Here's the recipe for my gun:

Winchester Brass, CCI Magnum 250 primers, Alliant RL-19 65.4gr., 140gr. accubonds.. Best of luck! I hunt South Texas...

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Old 07-03-2006, 11:29 PM
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Boy I followed some advice to try the accubonds and they clovered 3 shots on top of each other - probably measured under 1/4". Here's the recipe for my gun:

Winchester Brass, CCI Magnum 250 primers, Alliant RL-19 65.4gr., 140gr. accubonds

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IIRC, I used to load 66 gr RL19 with 140s; shoots like a charm out of an old M700 7RM.
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160 accubond...+3
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160 grain Accubond...+ 4
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