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hornady .22 53,70g GMX?????

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Re: hornady .22 53,70g GMX?????

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Anyone know the BC of the 70?
Catalog says .350
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    Re: hornady .22 53,70g GMX?????

    Well im interested. I think the price would be a little more than the Barnes however.
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    Re: hornady .22 53,70g GMX?????

    And in an interesting twist ....


    The Barnes website lists a 22 caliber 62 TTSX ... but it says it requires a 1-8 twist. I wonder what the recommended twist rate for the Hornady 70 grain bullet will be?
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    And in an interesting twist ....


    The Barnes website lists a 22 caliber 62 TTSX ... but it says it requires a 1-8 twist. I wonder what the recommended twist rate for the Hornady 70 grain bullet will be?
    They have a 70g TSX as well I just checked them out 29$ for 50 and the 6mm GMX is 45$ for 50 the prices where about 2 to 3$ diffrence going up with weight. SO the .224 should be around 41$ for 50. I like Hornady but I'm thinking the TSX is a much better deal.
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