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What cartridge r u shooting and what are you hunting?

I would like to see the answer because the only VLD bullets I could find are solid brass.

Cheers.

If I understand you correctly, you are looking for a .416 Cal bullet lighter than Hornady's A-Tip 500? SwampLord )Precision Refiled Ordnance) shot the 500g in various .416 wildcats. Also 400g Swift A Frame.

Yep, that would help. Also, what's the max range?What cartridge r u shooting and what are you hunting?

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Cutting edge makes a wide range of weights in the .416

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Cutting edge makes a wide range of weights in the .416

.416 350gr solid copper bullet for hunting and target use. This lead-free, solid copper match-grade projectile is for hunting and target use. This lead-free, high BC projectile provides superior terminal performance for both close-range and long-range hunting. Our Patented SealTite band also...

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True, if he's shooting a 1:11, he's going to have to run a spin stability calc to make sure he can stabilize it.## .416 450gr SINGLE FEED Lazer- Tipped Hollow Point - 50ct

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Cutting edge makes a wide range of weights in the .416

Otherwise, he may as well not waste the primers to try it.

OP, Berger has a nice spin stability calculator.

Each bullet cutting edge makes gives the twist required in the technical notes.True, if he's shooting a 1:11, he's going to have to run a spin stability calc to make sure he can stabilize it.

Otherwise, he may as well not waste the primers to try it.

OP, Berger has a nice spin stability calculator.

This one takes a 13 twist. OP's 11 is good to go

Each bullet cutting edge makes gives the twist required in the technical notes.

This one takes a 13 twist. OP's 11 is good to go

Our newly updated Twist Rate Stability Calculator not only tells you what your SG is, but it also lets you know if you are reaching your optimized BC.

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Bullet stability depends on velocity, check out the calculator and you can kind of see how the equation works.

If your velocity is low, you still won't achieve optimum stability.

Correct. 500g is too heavy.If I understand you correctly, you are looking for a .416 Cal bullet lighter than Hornady's A-Tip 500? SwampLord )Precision Refiled Ordnance) shot the 500g in various .416 wildcats. Also 400g Swift A Frame.

Yep, that would help. Also, what's the max range?

Looking to go at least 1000 yds.

Will have to dig out the data velocity.

What cartridge (.416 R, 416 RM, 416 Righy, etc.)?Correct. 500g is too heavy.

Looking to go at least 1000 yds.

Will have to dig out the data velocity.

Are you looking for mono or c&c?

Without the cartridge being loaded and rifle it is in to include barrel length and what form of animal you are hunting and at what ranges everything is conjecture. Be more specific please.

## Twist Rate Stability Calculator

Our newly updated Twist Rate Stability Calculator not only tells you what your SG is, but it also lets you know if you are reaching your optimized BC.bergerbullets.com

Bullet stability depends on velocity, check out the calculator and you can kind of see how the equation works.

If your velocity is low, you still won't achieve optimum stability.

Twist rate is the overwhelming factor for bullet stability. Velocity changes the stability very little.