We use the Miller calculators out there like JBM or Berger. I use sea level at standard atmosphere. I think it is best not to use your altitude to calculate stability. Particularly as the bullets get longer for caliber.Do You ,guys from hammer bullets ,have plan to produce stability calculator for Yours bullets ,something like berger?
I think it would be very helpfull.
I have shot them in a 10 twist 300 winmag and they shoot very well. As long as it is a true 10 twist, I would give it a go.Ok thanks
Because I looking 181HH for 300 win mag and think they really need 9" twist (I have 10")
Very low and very cold is the toughest condition for stability. I would run a bullet that shows 2.0 sg.I will wait until new barrel.
I know You guys will buy them back if they are not good in my barrel,but I am in EU and to me that is problem.
And I also hunting very low and very cold and I dont want suprises (on JBM they calculated stability of 1.2 with very high speed)
I think in very near future we would have better stability calculator.
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