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#3883706 - 03/11/10 06:36 AM 110 gr accubond in .270 win
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Anybody have any experience with these bullets? Im loading for my girlfriend to shoot hogs and deer out to 200 yards or so. Any info on them would be appreciated good or bad.
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#3893510 - 03/14/10 07:40 AM Re: 110 gr accubond in .270 win [Re: podunk]
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No direct experience with that weight of bullet, but Accubonds do seem to cause more meat damage than I like.

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#3895427 - 03/14/10 05:12 PM Re: 110 gr accubond in .270 win [Re: gwindrider1]
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the 110 and 100 were designed for 6.8 velocities and will work well on hogs but will upset completely in a 270 win at those ranges but if they shoot well go for it i shoot 140s in my 270win and have killed lots of black tail mule deer and bear they are awesome and blood shot is not bad unless you make bad shots but a fmj in the azz will ruin a lot of meat
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#3895552 - 03/14/10 05:42 PM Re: 110 gr accubond in .270 win [Re: fredIII]
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I havent got to test them out yet on game, I loaded some right around 3,000 fps for my girlfriend to shoot ( shed never shot a centerfire rifle). They shot moa at 100 without takin time to cool the barrel. Ill be back in town next week so itll be time to test the hot loads on game, according to my reloading manual they should be in the ballpark of 3300 or more.
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#3895656 - 03/14/10 06:06 PM Re: 110 gr accubond in .270 win [Re: podunk]
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at 3000 they should work fine and produce very modest recoil ..
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#3922084 - 03/22/10 11:38 AM Re: 110 gr accubond in .270 win [Re: fredIII]
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Tetsed those accubonds with 57 grains of IMR 4831 and a federal magnum rifle primer and shot two groups, both were clover leaves, these accubonds shoot better than anything ive shot before. Taking them and the 110 v-maxs hunting this weekend.
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#3923999 - 03/22/10 07:51 PM Re: 110 gr accubond in .270 win [Re: podunk]
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good luck and happy hunting let me know how they open up
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#3928875 - 03/24/10 09:05 AM Re: 110 gr accubond in .270 win [Re: fredIII]
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I used the 110gr. accubond with IMR 4007 to work up a low recoil load for my friends 16 year old daughter. Velocity was approx 3050 fps. and accuracy was great. She is 5'6" and weighs 105 lbs.and had no problems with recoil at all. She used this load to kill 7 pt. whitetail buck at approx. 175 yds. and a doe antelope at a laser measured 456 yds.. The bullet gave completed penetration on both animals and the wound channel was impressive. Both animal dropped in their tracks.
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#3930970 - 03/24/10 06:50 PM Re: 110 gr accubond in .270 win [Re: PS1080]
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Thanks 1080 thats what i was wanting to hear.
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