Wanted Nosler AccuBond Bullets 375 Caliber 300 Grain

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  1. Fred Gunner

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    I’ve booked a combination Leopard and Plans Game Hunt in Namibia. My 375 Ruger Guide Gun loves 300 grain Swift A-Frames but I need a 300 grain bullet that will expand super fast in Mr. Chui.

    Nosler has temporally stopped making AccuBond Bullets in 375 Caliber.

    If anyone here has any 300 Grain AccuBond Bullets in 375 Caliber they’er willing to sell Please contact me here or e-mail me chui375r@gmail.com

    Thank you for your most kind consideration.
     

  2. 375 Ruger Fan

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    I like shooting the 300 gr Swift A Frames in my 375 Ruger too. In fact, "just shoot everything with the A Frame" is my motto. Lately, I've started playing with the Hornady 250 gr GMX and also some 200 gr GS customs I got from @Shawn.54 , which were extremely accurate in my 23 inch barrel.

    Hendershot's shows the Nosler Accubond available in their custom loads.

    https://hendershots.net/product/375-ruger-extreme-custom-ammo/

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  3. Fred Gunner

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    I ordered those from Hendershot's on Friday last. They only have 100 bullets left. I'll use Hendershot's for my Safari. I need bullets to reload I shoot a lot of practice (one live fire every week weather permitting) and Hendershot's god bless them don't exactly sell training ammo? I'd love to use the GMX I've tried factory loads and three different hand loads and can't get GMX to print less than 2 inch at 100 yards with many flyers.. My M77 Hawkeye just hates the 250 grain GMX and loves the 300 grains Swifts? Plus I'd like to keep the same weight bullets to keep from re-zeroing my scope while in Africa.
     
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  4. 375 Ruger Fan

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    Do you have a 20 or 23 inch barrel?
     

  5. Fred Gunner

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    20 the Guide Gun M77 Hawkeye and I'm using the muzzle brake
     

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    Have you looked at GS Custom? They are a SA bullet company, but they are available in the US. @Shawn.54 can tell you more about them. As I mentioned before, he loaded 20 rounds with the 200 gr HV bullet and they were very accurate, although much higher POI than my 300 gr. GS does make a 300 gr version of the HV.

    Another alternative is one of the Barnes bullets, but I've never gone down that path.

    GS Custom US: http://www.gscustomusa.com/orderhvusa.html
     

  7. Shawn.54

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    GS Customs also makes a 265gr and I believe that they move out the muzzle close to 2800fps
    The owner of GS Customs told me that unless I had a chance of running into an angry elephant where I hunt I didn’t need a 265gr.
    He said that the 200gr was more than enough for Cape Buffalo. I shot a whitetail deer at 427 yards and it opened well down below 2000fps.
    Shawn
     

  8. Shawn.54

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    Fred gunner I found 3 boxes sitting at my local reloading supply house around 54-55 a box plus shipping open a PM with me and I’ll get you the information.
    Shawn
     
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  9. Fred Gunner

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    Wow sorry I just found your reply.
    Are they still available?
     

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    Sounds like @Shawn.54 has found what you want. But you could consider Woodleigh bullets as well. Reportedly open faster than A Frames. Available in various weights.
     

  11. Fred Gunner

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    Huge thank you to @Shawn-54. for finding me three boxes
    I tried the Hendershot's custom loads this week and they'er very accurate.
     

  12. Fred Gunner

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    Hear this all you non-believers Ask unto Nosler and Ye shall Receive! Rejoice and be Glad!

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    375 Caliber 300gr AccuBond® Bullet (50ct)
    375 Caliber 300gr AccuBond® Bullet (50ct)

    375 Caliber 300 Grain AccuBond (50ct)

    Price: $61.45

    http://shop.nosler.com/accubond-375-caliber-300-grain-bullet-50ct.html


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  14. Hendo

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    Nosler sps has the blems for $21 a box. Ive shot many of their blems and over runs. Blrms are comestic defects only and typically you cant tell the difference
     

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