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    7mm WSM 165 gr Accu Bond

    Can't find ANY ammo for the wife rifle. She will take my 300 win Tikka I'm sure of it. Anyone know where I can get some?
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    I will check, I might have some 160gr accubonds in 7mm

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    sorry kinda forgot to check but i have 7mm 140 accubonds. they were for my wifes 7mm-08 but rechambered into a 260rem

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    I was not aware that Nosler made the Accubond in 165 grains in the 7mm / .284 caliber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaHunter View Post
    I was not aware that Nosler made the Accubond in 165 grains in the 7mm / .284 caliber.
    They don't as far as I know. Pretty sure he's after 160's, but was thinking with the .308 side of his brain, where 165's abound...

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    Sorry yes it is 160gr not 165.
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    Just a question to clue me into reality as I clearly maybe lucky or out of touch. We reload 30 cal and 7mm for numerous rifles with magnum primers and standard powder recipes IMR/Hodgen. I go to Sportsmans Warehouse in Colorado Springs and some of the local Big R stores. Bullets we pull of the shelves are Nosler Partitions, Accubonds and Ballistic Tips. Every once in a while we load Sierra Game Kings or Barnes. 140G to 180G usually. I never have had any real issues finding the bullets. Am I lucky with the timing, store? I see these posts alot and was just curious as to whats it like in other states. Thanks.

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    I'm looking for the Winchester Accubond that are factory rounds not just bullets. My scope is set up for that round. I don't want to fool around loading ammo anymore. I'm sure I could come up with a recipe and get somthing close to the factory loads but I got rid of all my reloading equipment and don't want to start it up again.
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    Have you compared your favored load to the 160 gr. TBT loading? Its available. If your gun likes it, may be close enough ballistically to do the job.

 

 
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