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 is AccuBond ammo?

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.

Who makes Ballistic Tip bullets?

“Ballistic Tip” is a registered trademark of Nosler, but numerous other companies produce similar projectiles, including Hornady and Sierra. Nosler uses a color code to indicate caliber on the polymer bullet tips, to make them easily distinguishable from each other: .

What is the point of a ballistic tip?

In rifle shooting terms, ‘ballistic tips’ help bullets stay in the air longer by reducing the effects of wind and gravity.

Which is the most popular ballistic tip bullet?

Nosler increased the jacket thickness and refined the bullet’s performance, increasing penetration. Today, the Ballistic Tip is one of the most versatile and popular premium bullets on the market and it has sparked a “tipped bullet” revolution.

Which is the best bullet for mixed bag hunting?

The AccuBond is a very refined bullet that can trace its origins back to the Solid Base. Like the Partition whose performance it emulates, the AccuBond is a very versatile bullet, ideal for mixed bag CXP2/CXP3 hunts.

What kind of bullets are used in CXP2 hunting?

The lighter, smaller caliber Ballistic Tips are optimized primarily for use on CXP2 size animals. Typical weight retention is 50-60%. Ballistic Tip hunting bullets are available in diameters ranging from .243″ to .323″ (8mm). The similar CT Ballistic Silvertip bullets are available from .243-.338″ and include a 300 grain .45-70 RN bullet.

What makes Nosler bullet better than ballistic tip?

The bonding of core to jacket positively prevents core/jacket separation after impact, increasing weight retention and penetration compared to a Ballistic Tip. Using the expansion and penetration characteristics of the Partition bullet as their design goal, Nosler technicians refined the performance of the AccuBond to match.