270 Caliber 140gr AccuBond® Bullet (50ct)

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270 Caliber 140 Grain AccuBond (50ct)

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AccuBond® 270 Caliber 140 Grain Bullet (50ct)

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. The unique white polymer tip resists deforming and initiates expansion on impact. Nosler's Solid Base® at the rear of the bullet acts as a platform for large diameter mushrooms.
Minimum Velocity: 1800 fps (549 mps)
Maximum Velocity: Unlimited
Bullet Info

1. Unique White Polymer Tip

Assures accuracy, smooth chambering and eliminates tip damage during recoil.

2. Tapered Copper-Alloy Jacket

Lethal penetration and uniform expansion with maximum weight-retention and minimal barrel fouling.

3. Lead Alloy Core

Engineered for balanced expansion.

4. Proprietary Bonding Process

Eliminates all possibility of component separation.

5. Boat-Tail Design

Boat tail configuration combines with the streamlined polymer tip for long-range performance and for easier loading.


AccuBond® Bullet Informational Video

AccuBond® Ballistic Gel Test

Box Qty. 50
Caliber 270
Grain 140
Bullet Type AccuBond
UPC Code 54041547659
Manufacturer Nosler
Manufacturer Part Number 54765
Diameter 0.277
Ballistic Coefficient (BC) 0.496
Overall Length (OAL) (in.) 1.310
Sectional Density (SD.) 0.261
Base Boat Tail
Factory Type No

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  • Accubond 140 gr .270
    Review by CTM / (Posted on 12/20/2019)
    Loaded in a .270 Winchester, 3 elk in 4 shots since beginning to use Accubonds. All under 100 yard shots so velocity upon impact was very high. Strength of bullet exhibited after finding it on the off side of a cow elk - the bullet had shattered the shoulder blade upon entry, hit a rib dead center after that and continued through the chest cavity lodging under the hide. The elk went approximately 20 - 30 yards downhill after the shot and was dead when I reached her. While the "mushroom" was mostly gone, the bullet held together very well under the circumstances and made for a quick clean kill. A very good, tough bullet, I will continue to load and use them for big game hunting.
  • Been hand loading for over 50 yrs.
    Review by 411 / (Posted on 4/23/2016)
    Five years in a sako a7 over 1600 rounds groups under 3 inches at 500yds over 15 animals what more can one say.