Remington® Premier AccuTip™ Ammo
After finally getting my left-handed Winchester Model 70 30-06, I purchased a single box of all the major brands in a 165gr round. After the barrel was broken in, I started shooting for groupings. The AccuTip won hands down. Achieving a 1 inch group at 175 yards. Opening morning I took a buck at 75 yards, ran maybe 10 yards. Since then I've dropped a few "wild" pack animals at ranges of 275+ dead in their tracks. I've yet to find anything that shoots better, even when testing against hand loads.
October 18, 2007
Premium Performance 260 Rem
This ammo is as good as factory ammo can get. It has continued to give one shot kills from a Model 7 in 260 Rem. This bullet has exited every deer and coyote shot with it and always leaves a large wound channel. One deer was shot at 125 yards and the bullet broke both front shoulders and exited. Of the deer that were shot and ran, they all fell within site. Shoots an absolute 1" group at 100 yards.
June 23, 2008
I recently used the 32 and 40 grain bullets on a trip to Oklahoma for a pairie dog shoot. Winds were in the 20-30 MPH and the ranges of shots were from 17 yards to +400 yards. This round was accurate and effect at all ranges and much better than .223 at longer ranges and compared favorably with the 22-250. Overall quality was excellent and remained very consistant shooter.
July 11, 2006
i used this product last year out of my 7mm mag 150 grain and i shot 2 deer with it the first one was at 220yds and droped where it stood the second one was at 65 yds quartering away and the bullet hit the shoulder and just blew up on the surface this product performs awsome at the range and with a broad side shot but just dont hit any bone
September 6, 2006