.264 129 ABLR or 130 Accubond


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Oct 8, 2014
South Dakota
Greetings to all this crazy season. As the title states, I'm looking for a box of 129gr Accubond Long Range or regular 130gr Accubonds for a Rem 700 264 Win Mag that I picked up. It's a 1986 Classic edition so it has a 1/9.25 twist. I was fortunate to find a NIB 1986 Classic edition barrelled action. I was also able to get my hands on a brand new high gloss BDL stock for the 2016 anniversary edition rifle. Together they make for one sweet looking setup. I have fired two boxes of mild 143gr ELDX handloads through it so far for barrel break-in and it shows promise at right around an inch at 100 yards. I'm eager to see if lighter bullets will make the groups tighten up. Please let me know if you can spare a single box of either bullet. I've got lots of brass and bullets to trade or can purchase outright. Thanks!! -Quigley


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Travis Mowery

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LRH Team Member
Mar 14, 2018
Capon Bridge, West Virginia
Good luck with your loading, I have the same gun in the original state but I got mine used, I tried the 130 berger's and the best I could get was right at an inch group, very devastating on the only doe I shot with it, I did buy a box of the 130 accubonds to try them out but haven't gotten to it yet, need to do that though,


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