Re: How fast can I shoot a .223 Nosler 40g Varmint
Originally Posted by backwoods83
Noslers are tough but that would be way beyond over stabilization.
I asked a question some years ago about rate of rifling twist vs. rpm's concerning stabilization. The answer I received by those in the know about external ballistics was that rpm is not the key to stabilization because even though the rpm is higher with higher velocity, the rotations per a given distance of bullet flight is not. The rate of twist of the rifling of the barrel will determine the stabilization of the bullet for the most part.
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