Hello everyone * I´m thinking in the new Barnes TTSX, but they advice you need really faster twist rates (1:12 for the 50 grainer, 1:9 for the 55 grainer). * I have a Savage 112 VB SS, chambered in 22-250, with a 26” fluted factory barrel. Has anyone tried the 55 TTSX in a 1:12 22-250 barrel? I think this could be enough for the 55… * The 50 gr TTSX has a BC of 0.229, the 55 is 0.272. If I could go on with the heavy, it will be nice, but if I have to pick up the light one maybe it´s a better option to go on with the 60 gr partition, with 0.228 BC. * Maybe someone think that another option to keep in mind is the TSX bullets, but you just can go on with the 55 grainer, with a 0.209 BC, because the 62 grainer (0.287 BC) needs 1:9 twist. * So, please, any opinions about that? As you can see, I’m looking for a stout bullet to hunt medium size game (roe deer, does, etc). Here in Spain you have no cartridge or bore restrictions. Maybe there´s another bullet that I have to consider… Maybe berger VLD hunting, but this bullet is hard to get here. * I have also heard that the BC that Barnes gave for his bullets are not realyy true, as they tell more that the real one. Should I trust them? Or forget abou that and get the partition? * Anybody has tried some of those bullets in a similar rifle? * Thanks!!