Re: 95 gr VLDs for .243 1 in 9.125" Twist
It may or may not work in the 1 in 9.25"of twist, like I said it's right on the fringe. Berger suggest a 1 in 9" of twist, and that's the slowest they recommend for the 95gr. The heavier the bullet the faster the twist. Thats why a lot of 87gr bullets work in the 9"and 9 1/2" twist .243 barrels, which Berger suggest a 1 in 10" twist. I've found bullets shoot better out of my guns when the barrels twist rate is a touch faster than the bullet recommended twist. Plus twist rate seems to be more critical when we're talking about bullets on the heavier side of a particular cartridge.
That's part of experiment we call hand loading. Although it can be frustrating with all the trial and error, it's also part of the fun. Every time I go to the range with a new load it's like Xmas morning.