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Have 30-06 change to .300wm?

 
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Old 09-08-2013, 10:16 AM
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Re: Have 30-06 change to .300wm?

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You are right Ed, they need a maximum twist of 11" or tighter. They do recommend a 10" twist. And I would recommend a 10" twist or tighter in any 30 cal rifle meant for LR shooting.

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Old 09-08-2013, 02:41 PM
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Re: Have 30-06 change to .300wm?

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Wow you guys have posted great information. I see that I should probably go to plan B and get the savage 111 long range hunter in .300WM (so I can load to full length the big bullets ) and I also was thinking about the nosler LRAB in the 210. It`s those small details that you guys have pointed out that make the difference . I hate it when you get the gun and find those details out later. I have done that too many times.
I just double checked before posting, the long range hunter in .300 wm has a twist rate of 10"how will that work as Kcebcj said 11 is whats recommended as I would like to shoot the 210 LRAC
if you go to a more powerful cartridge you need the same or higher level of accuracy. the 111 is not a Remington sendero. .
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