6.5mm 129gr AccuBond® LR Bullet (100ct)

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6.5mm 129 Grain AccuBond Long Range (100ct)

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AccuBond® LR 6.5mm 129 Grain Bullet (50ct)

The AccuBond®-Long Range (LR) bullet line was developed in response to the escalating demand from long-range hunters who were asking for a hunting bullet that could keep up with today’s level of high-grade optics and ultra-high velocity cartridges in order to stretch practical shooting yardages past 1,000 yards; yet still perform on big-game animals.
Minimum Velocity: 1300 fps
Maximum Velocity: Unlimited
Nosler recommends using the G7 ballistic coefficient for the utmost accuracy when calculating trajectories for the ABLR product line.
Bullet Info

1. Unique Gray Polymer Tip

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

2. Bonded Performance

Bonded for maximum weight retention and energy transfer.

3. Tangent Ogive

Promotes smooth feeding and consistent seating depths.

4. Reliable Expansion

Expansion across a broad range of velocities.

5. Boat-Tail

Sleek, high-performance boat-tail.

AccuBond® LR Bullet Informational Video

Box Qty. 100
Caliber 6.5mm
Grain 129
Bullet Type AccuBond Long Range
Manufacturer Nosler
Manufacturer Part Number 58943
Diameter 0.264
Ballistic Coefficient (BC) 0.530
Overall Length (OAL) (in.) 1.350
Sectional Density (SD.) 0.264
Base Boat Tail
Factory Type No


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Customer Reviews

  • 260 CTR
    Review by Tyler / (Posted on 3/17/2017)
    My Tikka will shoot most 6.5 bullets sub MOA with a bit of work but these AccuBond LR 129 are magic. I have shot everything from P-dogs to Big body mountain critters and the really sad thing is that I can't find them for sale anymore. You guys are killing me. I would trade my wife for a 500 round box of AccuBonds........ no seriously come get her!!
  • 129 grain LR in the 260 Remington.
    Review by wyld / (Posted on 3/23/2016)
    The 129 ABLR is the only bullet I use in the 260 Remington model seven. It performs very much like my 270 Winchester out to 300 yards. It will penetrate through the neck muscles or chest of the biggest buck dear without coming apart. I tested it on a metal target using a 3/4 inch plywood board sandwiched between two 22 Gage sheet metal panels. It held together. The exit hole was about the same size as the exit hole on the off-side of last year's whitetail buck shot through the neck, at a similar range.