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Berger 210 or 190VLD 300WM

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Unread 07-10-2008, 04:09 PM
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Berger 210 or 190VLD 300WM

Can anyone give me some input on these bullets, I looking at shooting them in a 300WM and wasn't sure which one would be better?
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Unread 07-11-2008, 12:32 AM
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I have shot 185, 190, and 210's out of my 300 wsm and they all shoot extremely well. All shoot a 3/8 in group or tighter out of my gun at 100 yards. the only reason I do not shoot the 210's now are the availability of them. I can get 190's or 185's easier where I live than I can get the 210's. after months of waiting for 210's I finally decided to make the change and the difference in performance in my opinion was little or none. hope this helps
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Unread 07-11-2008, 07:56 AM
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190 and 210 grain

SAKO #75 x 23-1/2"bbl 300Win Mag
Lapua brass, none mag CCI BR210 primers, H1000

WILDCAT 210 with 80.o avg 2867 fps
WILDCAT 190 with 81.5 avg 2930 fps
BERGER 210 with 80.o avg 2842 fps

All bullets are seated 5 thou from rifling and produced groups under inch
or better

These heavy bullets were more accurate then the anything lighter.

Recoil is noticeably heavy.
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