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Originally Posted by Varminator 911
Super:
Bullet weight has nothing to do with wind drift, it's all about BC and muzzle velocity. For your example the 338 wins on both counts. And the BC you posted are G1, not G7. For those bullets the G7 would be better.

Bullet weight is directly proportional with BC and inversely proportional with velocity.
CAL WT BC(G1) BC(G7)
.338RBTAL 225 gr. .773 .356
.338RBTAL 250 gr. .846 .390
.338RBTAL 275 gr. .918 .423
.338RBTHP 300 gr. .892 .418
.338RBTAL 300 gr. .979 .455
.338RBTAL 325 gr. 1.035 .492
.375 RBTAL 370 gr. .926 .451
.408RBTHP 420 gr. .822 .411
.408RBTAL 420 gr. .861 .430
.416RBTAL 450 gr. .923 .445
.50RBTAL 750 gr. 1.005 .502
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