Originally Posted by 1300meters
Well again. Did the accu bond fail to open? if you read a lot of threads a pattern starts to develop. That's the reason I stick to my Berbers and barnes bullets.and so far (knock on wood ) the high shoulder anchors em. From 100 to 1100 yds. I would never shoot any animal in low light am or pm. Tendency to abbot low. Good hunting and good luck 1300 meters.
It opened up early, tore the hell out of the shoulder muscle & stopped at the leg bone. All the damage was to the muscle & no damage was to the vitals. What may work well at 500 yards can't always handle the velocity of point-blank shooting. Being fair to the Accubond, this was a HUGE bodied elk, not the world's biggest rack, but more muscle than any other elk I've seen on the ground. Thankfully the first shot destroyed the lungs.