Have the new 165 gr. bonded bullet to test and it looks good. I just placed the 150 and 165 grain Scirocco and new Interbonded bullets side by side, here are some eyeball opinions. The Hornadys are slightly shorter in overall length. They have longer boat-tails. The Sciroccos have longer bearing surfaces because of the boat-tail angle, the ogive starts at about the same place on each type of bullet. The plastic tip is noticeably smaller in the Hornady bullet, red in color vs black for the Scirocco. Actual measurements of the four bullets I picked out are: Make Wt Overall Length Hornady 150 1.234" Swift 150 1.280" Hornady 165 1.306" Swift 165 1.338" This is only a 4-bullet review, gives an idea of how they compare. The 150's came to me in bulk but the 165's are in standard Hornady boxes, labeled 30 CAL .308 165 GR INTERBOND Qty: 100 #30459 They are very uniform bullets, weight dispersion is neglible, est. -0.5 gr. for a twenty bullet sample. Will put some Varget under them and see how they shoot. Loaded 43-46 grains at 2.830".