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Accubond or barnes tsx #3317702
01/09/21 08:56 AM
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Whats ur preference and why?


Not all Indians were hunters some toted firewood
Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3317746
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Accubond. They've been a more accurate bullet for me. Not saying I haven't been able to get Barnes to fly straight but the Accubonds have been consistently more accurate in a dozen + cartridges.


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Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3317807
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Barnes only because I haven’t tried accubonds. But have been thinking about it

Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3317871
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I like them both. I shoot Barnes in 6mm and 7mm and Noslers in 277 and 308


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Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3317874
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I started using Accubonds and they have worked flawlessly. I’ve seen no reason to try anything else.


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Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3317888
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Big fan of the Accubonds and the ABLR. I like the performance of the Barnes bullets in .223Rem and in rounds that I push hard and fast like the 257 & 270 Roy.


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Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3317939
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Can’t go wrong either way. That’s my opinion. I prefer Barnes LRX over ttsx for most applications


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Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3318138
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I have shot the accubond for several yrs with great luck just wanted a few opinions


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Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3318390
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Both are great. Might get a little more shock and expansion from accubond for whitetail


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Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3318464
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Depends on critter, caliber, weight, and TTSX.....except for some specific uses/cases/ weights....Barnes is overkill for deer in anything over 243,...JMO. Cup and core is plenty. I’ve yet to catch an accubond in a deer, anyway. ....but a .308 130 TTSX at over 3k is great for threading needles through treetops, and the 30-30 150 TSX thinks it’s a 300 WM.

Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3318474
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Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3318476
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Always had good performance with Accubonds in multiple calibers.


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Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: ALMODUX] #3318705
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Originally Posted by ALMODUX
Depends on critter, caliber, weight, and TTSX.....except for some specific uses/cases/ weights....Barnes is overkill for deer in anything over 243,...JMO. Cup and core is plenty. I’ve yet to catch an accubond in a deer, anyway. ....but a .308 130 TTSX at over 3k is great for threading needles through treetops, and the 30-30 150 TSX thinks it’s a 300 WM.

I've got some 130 ttsx loaded in 30-06. I don't have a chrono, but if be interested in how fast the are moving. I killed a ~120lb doe last year @ 40-45 yards and the exit was the same size as the entrance, about .308". She didn't take a step, only moved about 5 ft sideways and down. I wonder if the -06 is pushing them fast enough to break the pedals off?

Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3318761
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Of the 2 I would go with the accubond
If I wanted a all copper bullet I would at the nosler e tip I have been pretty happy with them in 7mm-08

Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3319382
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Barnes I use them in my 270stw and just got some 212gr LRX bore riders to try in the 300prc


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Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: just_an_illusion] #3319409
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Originally Posted by just_an_illusion
Originally Posted by ALMODUX
Depends on critter, caliber, weight, and TTSX.....except for some specific uses/cases/ weights....Barnes is overkill for deer in anything over 243,...JMO. Cup and core is plenty. I’ve yet to catch an accubond in a deer, anyway. ....but a .308 130 TTSX at over 3k is great for threading needles through treetops, and the 30-30 150 TSX thinks it’s a 300 WM.

I've got some 130 ttsx loaded in 30-06. I don't have a chrono, but if be interested in how fast the are moving. I killed a ~120lb doe last year @ 40-45 yards and the exit was the same size as the entrance, about .308". She didn't take a step, only moved about 5 ft sideways and down. I wonder if the -06 is pushing them fast enough to break the pedals off?

I've recovered 4 or 5 ttsx and tsx 150-168's from an 06 . 2 where a perfect mushroomed x but the rest had shed a peddle or 2. One was a 5 yard straight on shot . Normally find them bulging out just under the hide.


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Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: Sandmtnslayer] #3321675
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I'd choose the Accubond. I shoot them in my 7 mag, 7mm-08 and my wife shoots them in her 243 and I've been really impressed so far. With that being said I am gonna be getting some 140 sierra gamekings here pretty soon to try in my 7mm-08 just to see how they do.

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Originally Posted by fladeerhntr
I'd choose the Accubond. I shoot them in my 7 mag, 7mm-08 and my wife shoots them in her 243 and I've been really impressed so far. With that being said I am gonna be getting some 140 sierra gamekings here pretty soon to try in my 7mm-08 just to see how they do.

Don’t need a bonded bullet for 7’08 speeds. I load 140 Sierras in 3 different 7’08s, all shoot great, all are wicked on whitetails.


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Re: Accubond or barnes tsx [Re: riflenut] #3324747
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Originally Posted by riflenut
Originally Posted by fladeerhntr
I'd choose the Accubond. I shoot them in my 7 mag, 7mm-08 and my wife shoots them in her 243 and I've been really impressed so far. With that being said I am gonna be getting some 140 sierra gamekings here pretty soon to try in my 7mm-08 just to see how they do.

Don’t need a bonded bullet for 7’08 speeds. I load 140 Sierras in 3 different 7’08s, all shoot great, all are wicked on whitetails.



What powder are you loading for the game kings? I've been using IMR 4064 for the Accubonds and was gonna try it with the game kings since I already have it.


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