Are AccuBond bullets good?

Are AccuBond bullets good?

The AccuBond is generally a very accurate bullet. This is because the core is void free. AccuBond bullets also shoot very flat; they have a high ballistic coefficient for their weight, which is helped by a pointy white tip.

What does AccuBond mean?

Through an exclusive bonding process that eliminates voids in the bullet core, AccuBond® couples Nosler’s proven copper-alloy jacket with its special lead-alloy core. The result is a bullet that flies true, penetrates deep and retains its weight, without causing extensive barrel fouling.

What is the difference between Nosler AccuBond and Hornady interbond?

They are both constructed with a Spitzer design and boat tail base. Both bullets have a polymer tip that is seated in a cavity provided by the bullet jacket. The main visual difference is the color choice of manufacturers. The Hornady utilizes a red tip while the Nosler opts to go with a white one.

What type of bullet is a Nosler AccuBond?

This is a jacketed, lead core soft point bullet created with proprietary technology, specifically for hunting various game. The AccuBond was created to take down deer, moose and African game – with an amazing amount of stopping power, in hopes of ensuring single-shot kills.

What is the best Nosler bullet for elk?

28 Nosler cartridge is one of the best cartridges for hunting elk as long as controlled-expansion bullets are used. The . 28 Nosler shoots flat and powerfully, but it is expensive to shoot, burns barrels quickly, and has significant recoil.

Are Hornady InterLock bullets any good?

250 Savage and . 257 Roberts rifles, and the 100-grain InterLock has always been one of the most accurate bullets for both. Typical of most cup and core centerfire rifle bullets, the InterLock needs to impact at about 1700 fps to provide measureable expansion.

What is Hornady InterLock?

Most feature our exclusive InterLock® design — a raised ring inside the jacket that is embedded in the bullet’s core that keeps the core and jacket locked together during expansion to retain mass and energy.