Somewhat got my question answered at above forum. If I want to shoot the 115s in a 243, I really need a 1:8 twist. This makes me think the swede will be better as no production rifles I know of come in a 1:8 243 twist. What do you all think?
Consider this: if you are going tactical with a Sweede, look at a 120gr Berger molly with a 1-10 twist Kreiger. The down range performance is great and when brass gets in short supply, Sweede brass will be there. Overbore
Member, Revolutionary War Veterans Association
+ 1 on the Swede over the .243, but I would look at the .260 Rem factory round or a 7mm-08 if you are shopping. Also, some factory rifles will reach tactical level accuracy, but most won't out of the box.
Good shooting, Tom
Texas State Rifle Association Life Member
NRA Endowment Life Member
A big fast bullet will beat a little fast bullet every time