Re: 338 lapua accuracy?
The Lapua is a very accurate case, but it is only as accurate as the man pulling the trigger. I took an empty shotgun shell off the back of a back stop with a 338 Lapua at about 100yrds with one shot. It hit dead center straight through the casing. Not to shabby if I say so myself. First shots out of this rifle at 1070yrds produced a 4 to 5 inch 3 shot group. So I hope that sheds some light.
I am finding with talking with guys on this forum that it does seem to be more efficient with its burn. The Edge and rum come up short in velocity, but not by much. The Lapua has better brass, so that may have something to do with it. You do pay a good deal more for that better brass though. My only other option for me would be the 338 Norma which is proving to be a very accurate set up as well, just a bit slower.
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