Cabela.ca Thats where i buy Interbond's. About 47$ a box with shipping. if you buy more then 1 box the shipping will be less. it's about 9$ shipping for 1 box and if you buy 2 it's about 13$. It's not so bad when you think of it, it's delivered right to your door. dont got to drive no where to get them.I have not seen any interbonds yet in 270 but bought some GMX yesterday.
Same here, really appreciate the work on all them bullet's you posted. Very interesting and gives us a good idea on how different bullets performe. Thanks Riflebuilder!Got my bullets yesterday from Riflebuilder. Really appreciate the work up on different bullets (shown above 300wsm). He has some awesome projects on the go.
Top photo bullet is a Barnes 130g TTSX fired form a .300 win mag at a vels of 3216, min start load , shot from 20 feet , rifle had no sights or scope ( I installed a muzzle brake) I missed the water jug (bullet whent though the handle.LOL ,and the bullet went straight though the 15" of newsprint , though 2 phone book , through 2 sears catologs and stopped 1" into the block of softwood.
Photo 2 is a .338 win mag , 225g Nosler Accobond , vels 2583 , shot from 50 feet. ( installed a brake on it to) it had a scope ( hit the jug) but I only had 2 rounds , so I did not sight it in. it whent though the jug , 15" of news print , 2 sears catalogs and stopped in the second phone book.For the first time i shot through a stack of dry news papers. Bundle was packed real tight. Only got 10 inches of penetration. 270 win Interbond 130g 3200fps. Usually i tie up a bundle of news prints not so tight and soak it in water for a few hours and then let the water drip out and got about 17 inches of penetration with that test.Must of been cause this time the papers were packed to tight?