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    Quote Originally Posted by droptine View Post
    Hilltop, you wouldn't happen to know where a guy can find some .30 cal 180 gr. interbonds? They're my favorite as well. Even just a box of 50?? Cant seem to find them anywhere! Called Hornady and they wont give a straight answer as to when they'll be back into production.
    Tried the swift scirrocos and the accubonds, cant get them to fly nice for me. Barnes aren't too bad but the interbonds just work so awesome and I've only got 12 rounds left! Bummer!
    Drop Tine,

    I buy from a little pawn shop in Grand Island Nebraska. They will take a cc over the phone and ship directly to you. It is nick named "swedes" but I think it is just called GI loan and Pawn. They are located about 5 minutes from the Hornady Factory so they seem to have stuff when other don't. 308-382-9573 I believe is the number.

    FYI- the 165 shoot great and are typically a little more available.

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    Sweet! Thanks so much! I'll be looking into it right away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by droptine View Post
    Sweet! Thanks so much! I'll be looking into it right away!
    The 180s are carried by Midway USA but are unavailable at the present time, so who knows when they'll have them in stock. Anyway, here is the link to the page for them:

    http://www.midwayusa.com/find?userSe...erbond+bullets

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    Federal 165 gr. Fusion is very accurate in my 300 WSM Striker handgun.
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    I think the bottom line is you need to try a few factory loads with premium bullets and see which shoots best from your rifle.

    I took my bear this spring with my 300WSM. My rifle (model 70) loves the Federal Premium Trophy Copper(basically a TTSX) in 140grn, and it did a number on my bear which was about 300lbs, breaking the offside shoulder after passing through the lungs and heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnhunter View Post
    I think the bottom line is you need to try a few factory loads with premium bullets and see which shoots best from your rifle.

    I took my bear this spring with my 300WSM. My rifle (model 70) loves the Federal Premium Trophy Copper(basically a TTSX) in 140grn, and it did a number on my bear which was about 300lbs, breaking the offside shoulder after passing through the lungs and heart.
    Solid advice! All guns like different bullets. I had a 300 wm that hated partitions but loved accubonds. I have a 30.06 that loves Hornady 180 grain sst's, .75 MOA on a 25 year old Rem 700 BDL. The point is buy a box of 3 or 4 different premium ammo loads and see what your gun likes. Then buy 5 more boxes of the ammo your gun likes so if they discontinue them or there is another run on ammo then you will be set for a while.
    A bad day in the woods is better than a good day at work.
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