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Copper bullets less precise than lead?


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In your place I’d be tempted to drop weight to get a shorter bullet, with the fringe benefits of higher speed, better stability and an allowance for the 1/10 barrel twist.

my experience is that 130gr copper is a 30 cal round, with 100-110gr being weights for .264. Assuming there’s some logic involved, 270 will be in between, with some overlap at the lower end.

worth a try?

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