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Old 03-21-2010, 04:59 PM
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Re: predator rifle

i have shot up to 88 in my 12 twist hart. i have not tried the 95 berger yet. that said they shoot everything through 6br 1 in 8 barrels from 55 to 107 they all shoot less than 1/2 inch see the 6mmbr web site . for hunting you don't need more that 100 grAIN out of a .243 . the 105 and 107 are target bullets. so i say a 1 in 10.
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Old 03-24-2010, 05:08 PM
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chas1 and roninflag are right on. The 1-10 will shoot all those well. I don't know that there would be much barrel life difference between the 243 and the 243AI. The AI shoots fine with standard 243 ammo so your not really waisting a shot. You wouldn't want to do it shooting competition but at predators fine. You will enjoy either. Good luck with it.
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