I think we all understand that. The issue some of us have had is, for a bonded bullet why the blow ups, or splash impacts. Is it too soft? Is it consistent. I've had no problems but @entoptics has witnessed bullet disintegration. They shoot out of my x-bolt but a lot of folks struggle reloading and finding good consistent accuracy. The OP wants the Accubond but can't find any available, so he's asking about real field results in the Accubond LR. We've killed elk with them and they did textbook work wrecking and shredding with great wound channels. One behind the shoulder hit went up into the opposite shoulder and recovered just underneath the hide. This is a 168 Accubond LR the thin jacket, quick expanding, soft bullet. 276 yds. 7 mag 2900 fps muzzle velocity. Looks darn near perfect. But is this the norm? This is last year's winchester factory ammo. Has Nosler changed the materials and composition make up from earlier models? I don't know. More field results would be nice to see.Look at Nosler bullets cut always, it is easy to see the ABLR is thinner than a AB in the front half of the bullet. Thinner jacket in theory should open faster.
My exact same load. Accurate and fast enough.62.5 RL22 Nosler Brass Fed 215M @ 3.310" Please work up, obviously. Besides length, this load was straight from the Nosler Reloading Data. I do get pressure signs when it's above 95 degrees, but I don't hunt in those temperatures.