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    They all kill when placed correctly. Any discussion is just water-cooler talk and a lot of fun. :-)
    "Hunt when you can. You're gonna run outta health before you run outta money."

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    165gr Accubond in 30-06. My favorite so far. With maybe a tie for second with the partition and Barnes ttsx.

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    I must be cheap. I've grew up using Remington Core lockt. I think it's the only .308 ammunition I remember my dad using. So I'm sticking with it. 180gr PSP .308 Remington core lockt.

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    7MM 140GR Partition

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    For my .270 Weatherby Mag, its the Winchester 140 gr Failsafe. They are not manufactured anymore, a dumb decision by Winchester. I purchased ten boxes when that was announced,so I'm stocked. GJ

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    I'm sold on the Accubond as well...

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    Nosler Partition. I shoot the 180 grain NP in my .30-06 for everything I hunt.

    I love the history, engineering, performance, and nostalgia associated with that bullet. So many great memories created by that bullet with loved ones who have passed on...

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    Hornady interlock in several calibers. I'm going to give fusions a chance to impress me this coming fall, however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmauch20 View Post
    I must be cheap. I've grew up using Remington Core lockt. I think it's the only .308 ammunition I remember my dad using. So I'm sticking with it. 180gr PSP .308 Remington core lockt.
    I'm with you except we're not cheap we're "frugal". I use 150 grain 7mm RM for 99% of my hunting. I move up to 175 grain for elk. It's tough to beat plain old Core-Lokt ammo. It's inexpensive and can be found anywhere and it just plain works.
    I am not a long range shooter so who cares if it's not the most accurate ammo for shots out past 500 yards.
    When all the trees have been cut down, when all the animals have been hunted, when all the waters are polluted, when all the air is unsafe to breathe, only then will you discover you cannot eat money.

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    30-06 165 interlock hornady

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    the Barnes T-TSX, or Nosler Accubond-all calibers!

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    It looks like everyone is either Nosler or Barnes. I personally think those are the best also

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    I like the barnes 129 gr LRX in my 270 and the 168 LRAB in my 7mm. Gonna try some 180 bergers this year in the 7mm to see how they do.

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    165 GR Hornady Interbond in my '06 (so glad they are available again!)

    They shoot great, and have put down 3 elk & a few deer and antelope. They hold up really well and make nice holes in everything I've shot.

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    280 Remington Barnes TTSX 140, Nosler Accubond 140, Hornady SST 154
    7 Mag Nosler Accubond 160
    30-06 Hornady SST 180, Barnes TTSX 168

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    Lot of people use premium bullet. I never see Inter Bond mentioned though. They are claimed to maintain 90% of their weight, I don't doubt it. I talked with the folks at Nosler when they brought out the Accu Bond and they designed to to maintain 70%, same as the Partition. If I was to get away from Hornady I'd run to the Speer Hot Core bullet's. Seem's to be one of the best kept secret's in the country. Premium bullet at cup and core prices. I recovered a 160 gr Speer Hot Core from a news paper pile with a 7mm Rem Mag. It maintained 85% of its weight and the core was rock solid in the jacket! If they made a 130 gr 6.5 bullet, I'd get it.

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    7 mag = 160 A-Bond.
    280AI = 140 TTSX
    270 Win = 150 Gameking
    30/06 = 180 Partition
    243 = 95 Partition
    25/06 = 110 A-Bond
    300 Win Mag = 180 Partition
    338 Win mag = 225 Hornady SP

    That said. For rifles that will shoot them well, Partitions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Fischer View Post
    Lot of people use premium bullet. I never see Inter Bond mentioned though. They are claimed to maintain 90% of their weight, I don't doubt it. I talked with the folks at Nosler when they brought out the Accu Bond and they designed to to maintain 70%, same as the Partition. If I was to get away from Hornady I'd run to the Speer Hot Core bullet's. Seem's to be one of the best kept secret's in the country. Premium bullet at cup and core prices. I recovered a 160 gr Speer Hot Core from a news paper pile with a 7mm Rem Mag. It maintained 85% of its weight and the core was rock solid in the jacket! If they made a 130 gr 6.5 bullet, I'd get it.
    Weight retention is over rated. mtmuley

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    Accubond is my favorite, no question.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo and Ned
    Thin out their numbers

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    140 partition for the 270, 140 accubond for the 7 mag, and 165 ttsx for the 300 winnie.

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    270 - 130 swift scirocco
    6mm - 100 partitions

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    30-06 165g Accubond
    270win 140g Accubond
    7mm-08 168g Accubond LR
    6.5 Creedmore 143g ELD-X

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    300 wsm - 180 gr partitions
    280 rem - 160 gr partitions
    Member - BCBHA

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    Not trying to hijack but I have a question for the Nosler fans. Have you noticed that you're rifles prefer Accu bonds over partitions or vice versa, bullet weight being the same and using factory loaded ammo?

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    Absolutely. I see it in hand loads. The only similarity between partitions and a-Bonds is the name Nosler.

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