Originally Posted by roninflag
only way to tell is to shoot some. some 180s may shoot good. i always start with 165-168s in a 30 cal . bergers and other match bullets usually shoot better groups, and plastic tipped ones like the 168cbt, and the 165 accubond.
This will be for deer hunting by the way. Another stupid question...is berger, accubond,cbt "types" of bullets or are they specific bullets made by a specific manufacturer i.e. winchester/remington...
Also is it normal for a gun to shoot such a bad group (7inches 200 yards) with any load....or when people say some loads shoot better do they mean some may shoot a 3-4 inch group at 200 yards but other ammo they can get 2 inch groups? Im trying to figure out if I have a lemon rifle or if it is just picky on ammo.