I was looking at the new Nosler Long Range Accubonds. They expand all the way down to 1,300 fps minimum terminal velocity and with the huge BCs, they should be impressive. In particular, the 30 cal, 210 grain looks amazing. Nosler lists the BC at 0.730, but since Nosler uses ICAO standards as opposed to standard metro conditions to establish their BCs, I have to multiply their published BC by 1.018 for use with my ballistics program. This results in a BC of 0.743! Taking this a bit further, I’m thinking I can get that bullet moving around 3,100 fps when fired out of my 26” barrel 300 RUM. Assuming that 1,500 ft lbs is needed to kill elk and 1,000 ft lbs for deer, that gives effective ranges where I hunt (5,000 ft and above) of 1,550 yards for elk and 2,060 yards for deer. I’m definitely going to have to get a new range finder. But then again, I’m having a hard time believing that BC which is right up there with the 300 grain SMK. Anybody got any inside info on this bullet and is it to be believed?