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Weatherby Mk.V twist rate?

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Weatherby Mk.V twist rate?

Dear all,

could you perhaps help me with this:

is it possible to identify the probable barrel twist rate from its serial number?
I own a 7 mm Wby, which just does not stabilize the bullets.

The serial number is H 240 8xx. It has been made in Japan. I was told the older barrels have 1:12, whereas the newer have 1:10.

Thanks a million

McStern
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    Re: Weatherby Mk.V twist rate?

    you can check the twist rate with a cleaning rod
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