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dwight

heym sr 21 .243 twist rate?

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Incidentally though, i believe the sako/tikka,s perform well with factory 100 grainers, especially sako,s own brand.They could be using a very slow powder, which is apparently one of the tricks to get better accuracy from a 100 grain bullet.

 

Have you pulled the bullet, measured the length, and compared to other 100gr pills? appropriate twist to stabilise depends on length of bullet primarily, not weight..Just so happens the heavier bullets are longer, so generalisations make it easier to compare off the cuff..

 

JR

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so generalisations make it easier to compare off the cuff.

 

Isn't that always that case ? :rolleyes:

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Hi lads,

Might I ask if anyone would know the twist in the same rifle (heym sr21) but chambered in 6.5x55 swede?

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