What does InterBond ammo mean?

What does InterBond ammo mean?

Unlike partitioned or dual-core bullets, where the front core can separate from the bullet mass, the InterBond® bullet holds together in a single destructive mass that delivers a deep, wide wound channel without over-penetrating.

What happened to Hornady interbond bullets?

they are a great bullet, unfortunately the Interbond is now a limited production item.

What does interbond mean?

a bonding together
: a bonding together interbonding of concrete and rock.

What is an AccuBond bullet?

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.

What is a bonded core bullet?

So, in conclusion, a bonded bullet is simply a bullet in which the manufacturer has used one of several different methods to physically bond an internal lead alloy core to an external copper jacket in order to create a jacketed bullet with a greater degree of integrity in order to increase the bullet’s retained weight …

What is sectional density in bullets?

Sectional density (a bullet’s weight in pounds divided by its diameter squared) describes a bullet’s length for its diameter: The higher the number, the longer the bullet. Generally speaking, the larger a bullet’s sectional density, the deeper it will penetrate.

What’s the difference between Hornady InterBond and Nosler Accubond?

The Hornady Interbond and Nosler Accubond are both bonded bullets. Bonded means the manufacturer through their proprietary process bonds the bullet jacketing to the lead core. This is done to overcome jacket separation at impact.

Are there any Hornady InterBond bullets on the market?

They became hard to find years ago and I don’t believe they are regularly produced enough to have a stable supply. The ELD-X bullets have pushed them to the bottom of the list at Hornady manufacturing. The A-Max is very similar and easier to get. Though they are a match grade bullet, I have used them with great success on game.

Can a Hornady InterBond be used for elk?

That’s all my hunting partner shoots in his .300 win mag, they have performed well on everything up to elk. I have used the Hornady Interbond in both my 270 and 30-06 for elk.

What kind of jacket is a Hornady interlock made of?

Like all Hornady jacketed bullets, InterLocks are made with tapered, gilding metal jackets. The jacket nose is longitudinally grooved inside to aid symmetrical expansion. The bullet core is one-piece made of lead alloy and the lead tip is exposed.

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