Originally Posted by ROBSTER
Is polygonal rifling as accurate as normal rifling? I have heard that it lasts alot longer than conventional rifling. Or could you cut polygonal rifling for the first few inches and then transfer to conventional rifling to give it a longer throat but still act like a forceing cone and also get the bullet spinning/moving before contacting the rifling?
If done properly they should be as accurate as any system of rifling . but my concern would be the bullets.
All of the bullet manufactures have designed there jackets around the "land and groove"system
of rifling and they may not perform as well in something else.
Beware of the better mouse trap ,it may only be different not better.
If you wan't to experiment "Great" but if this is your only gun buy one with conventional rifling.
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