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.270 WSM

3 loads available in .270 WSM with bullet equal "Nosler AccuBond". Click on LoadID to show all the details for the given load.
(Sorted by bullet weight)

 
     
LoadID Bullet weight Powder Velocity
8438 140 grs Accurate MagPro 3340 fps
10401 140 grs Vihtavuori N165 3110 fps
11248 140 grs IMR 7828 3295 fps

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Bullet review
 
II shot a whitetail doe at about 100 yards this year with a 180gr Nosler Accubond fired from a .30-06. I hit her in the right side with a high shoulder shot. The round shattered her left shoulder blade blew out the lungs,top of the heart and broke her spine on exit it punched a fist sized hole on the right side of her ribcage just behind the shoulder she dropped in her tracks and was dead before she hit the ground. Also dropped a black bear at 200 yds with the same load. Very impressed
Submitted by: cpratt
11/28/2013
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Double Tap 180gr Nosler Accubond boar and deer hunting in SC, I and our friend who owns the plantation have alawys been avid Nosler partition users, we tried the accubond from double tap soley because they were a hotter load and NEW bullet so why not. I will vouch for this bullet and as far as hogs or deer go, 165gr is plenty the 180 was actually a little much the hole it blew on the exit was like one I never seen. Our hunting guide was astonished as asked flat out, what the hell did you shoot that with. The blood clotted on the back of the steel rack was somthing I never seen before it was clotted so thick it looked like someone threw red pumpkin mash out of a pumpkin they carved. I would not be afraid to use the 30.06 Accubond Bullet 180 - 200 grain on any large game bear,moose,elk etc. Up to 300 yards, anything farther than that and it drops off to far.
Submitted by: J&M Outdoor's
11/21/2013
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Yukon Moose vrs Accubond , I ended up have to stop a wounded (bow-hunter) bull moose from getting into a very fast & strong river while guiding. I put one through the chest then one through the neck which flattened the large bull (63 inches) in it's tracks not 20 yards from the bank. Bullet recovered from the neck with perfect mushroom from 125 yards 338 win mag 225 gr. 2840 fps
Submitted by: fishbear
10/19/2013
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I have shot elk twice with this bullet from a RP 700, 7mm RM, range 300 yards plus. Both bullets were recovered under the hide on the far side well mushroomed and weighing 65% of the original weight. MV was just under 3,000 fps but velocity was chronographed when temp. was 70* warmer.
Submitted by: Swampshooter
7/3/2013
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Had a hunter this past fall of 2012 pass on using his bow for my rifle on a big Yukon Bull Moose the shot was relatively close for rifle but just out of his bow range . The first round hit a little high but right behind the shoulder the bull sucked up the energy but stood still with all four legs together, the second round hit seconds later right on the shoulder even with the last , which pushed the bull into the air like a jack rabbit hit with a 30-06. Both rounds were found just under the hide with perfect preformance, mushroomed up like a partition. At 70 yards I thought either the round would have passed through or blown apart from hitting the moose at that range,reloads had the 225 gr bullet at 2900 fps.
Submitted by: Fishbear
11/3/2012
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Loaded 180gr Accubond in front of 75gr of RL22 for the 300 WInMag for my plains game hunt in Africa. The Win. Model 70 loved the loads. Good accuracy at ranges from 50 to 420 yards. Solid performance after the hit on: Kudu, Gemsbok, Impala, Blesbok, Springboks and Warthogs. I might choose another bullet for heavy boned animals but for thin skinned antelope, the bullet is a favorite.
Submitted by: DrJohn
7/1/2012
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200gr 30 caliber. 300 weatherby 3025fps Very accurate. I shot a manitoba elk that are heavier than the rocky mountain. Guides all said this bull over 1200lbs.1st shot high shoulders and just behind through ribs and lungs. Very dissapointed. After gutting lungs had 1/2 inch hole and an inch and a half bruising but nor destroyed. Shot was 100 yards. Seems bullet too soft and spent most of energy on hide and ribs.Recovered weight 104 grains and diameter of .45. 200 grain 30 should have exited and destryed the lungs. Next time it will be a 200 gr partition or barnes tipped triple shock.
Submitted by: Dave Emerson
6/12/2012
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Hey Texas Hunter ... I rest my case. Well you shot a "medium weight deer" with your cannon. We use .243 to shot moose up here. That deer could have been just as easily shot with a .243 with the same results. Well glad you like your .338 - I like mine too. I just don't perfer your choice of game or bullet choice.
Submitted by: Outfitter Fred
5/30/2012
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I shot a buck at 210 Yards with the Accubond and he traveled 5 yards before dropping. Silver dollar exit. Perfect in the crease double lung. I have shot deer at 25 yards with a ballistic tip that have gone 50 yards with a perfect, right in the crease, double lung hit. There is something about what the Accubond does on the inside of the deer that puts them down. Read this article: http://www.ballisticstudies.com/Knowledge+Base/.270+Winchester+Short+Magnum.html I whole-heatedly believe every word this author wrote.
Submitted by: Armyscout17
4/6/2012
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Hey "Outfitter Fred", the deer was a 292 lb 190 inch whitetail buck I shot while moose hunting in Alberta, Canada. The 338 Win Mag is an excellent medium bore rifle and can hardly be referred to as a "cannon". While hunting at home however, I usually rely on my 243 to get the job done. Though it often damages more meat than my 338. P.S. read matt g's review of the 338 nosler accubond at the top of these bullet reviews (you will see where I am coming from) he can't even get his 338 "cannon" to kill a deer properly.
Submitted by: Texas hunter
2/23/2012
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