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Unread 09-03-2012, 04:54 PM
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Re: Sorry if this is in the wrong place

Originally Posted by kraigwy View Post
1-The SSTs have been known to shed their jackets and this with fixed with the Interbond.

2-Just keep them seperated, the look just a like. Easy to get them mixed up.
1-Same concept as the Nosler Balistic Tip, & Nosler Accubond. The difference is that the Accubond is readily available, where-as the Hornady Innerbond is not.

2-The SST has a canelure ring, the Innerbond does not. Virtually impossible to mix them up if your paying any attention at all, while at the bench.
-Nosler Balistic Tip is colored per caliber (green, yellow etc.) Accubonds are all white tips no matter the caliber.
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Unread 09-03-2012, 06:12 PM
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Re: Sorry if this is in the wrong place

I stand corrected.

Its when they are loaded that its hard to tell which one is which, or at least the way I load my 270 Win with SSTs and IBs.

I get my bullets from MidwayUSA (no good reloading store around here) and haven't had any problems finding them.
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