need Nosler Accubond data for 300RUM

Discussion in 'The Basics, Starting Out' started by sure shot, Oct 27, 2004.

  1. sure shot

    sure shot Well-Known Member

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    I have a few loads with the 200gr Accubond. I'm having such good luck with the 200gr that I Haven’t even bothered with the 180gr
    The 200's are very Accurate, 1/2 groups fast also. I like the heavier slugs in .300 RUM 200 & 220 wish I could get 250gr pills.

    1. Case: Rem
    Primer: Rem Mag
    Powder: R22 85.5gr
    Bullet: Accubond 200gr
    Seat: 3.635
    firearm: Rem Sendero SF 26' bbl

    No signs of pressure with this load and is NOT A MAX LOAD. 1/2in groups @100 yards. Clocked them @3137fps.

    2.Case: Rem
    Primer: Rem Mag
    Powder: Retumbo 94.0gr
    Bullet: Accubond 200gr
    Seat: 3.635
    firearm: Rem Sendero SF 26' bbl

    No signs of pressure with this load either and is 2.0gr under MAX in my rifle 1/2in groups @100 yards. Clocked them @3188fps.

    All test done with Crony Alfa Master 15 feet from the muzzle.
     
  2. bigjay

    bigjay New Member

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    I am wanting to try loading the Nosler Accubond 180gr in the 300RUM, but cannot find any data. Nosler does not have any data listed on Accubond yet and I am not sure about trying the Accubond with data from their other bullets. Has anyone successfully loaded Accubond?
     

  3. Willy 1

    Willy 1 Well-Known Member

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    BigJay The load that I found best in my Rem 700 pss with the 180 gr accubonds is .
    Brass Rem
    Primer Fed gm215m
    Powder H 1000
    Gr 90.5
    OAL 3.730
    Vel 3199
    I tried up to 93 grs with the H 1000 before I started having pressure signs , so maybe start a little under the 90 gr mark and work your way up . The H 1000 was not the fasted powder I tested but it seemed to be the most accurate .
     
  4. bigjay

    bigjay New Member

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    Thanks for the data from both. Can't wait to try some loads with accubond. Maybe over the weekend. I'll be sure and post my results when I do. Have had good results with Scirrocco 180gr. and been wanting to try accubond, so here goes.