Well an example would be a 260 and a 6.5 creedmoor have SIMILAR cases but different cartridges don’t tend to be exact...in my example of the creed and 260 rem, they are different, or they would be the same cartridge which they are not.Any two of the same caliber, and same case capacity. Just one is considered more efficient than the other.
If a person was to take two cartridges that have the same case capacity, but one is considered more efficient than the other. What are the pro's of the more efficient case?
So, you do not have anything specific for us to respond to?Any two of the same caliber, and same case capacity. Just one is considered more efficient than the other.
Yep! I might have an example but it can get seriously controversial and I'd rather not get there unnecessarily. If the OP comes up with it, that's a different story.Well an example would be a 260 and a 6.5 creedmoor have SIMILAR cases but different cartridges don’t tend to be exact...in my example of the creed and 260 rem, they are different, or they would be the same cartridge which they are not.
You are going to have to give specific cartridges to compare if you want any serious input. Not that it’s impossible but I can’t think of any caliber specific case that is the same as another cartridge but not that cartridge, and one is better than the other.
OK, that is much better, but they do not have the same case capacity (.30 Nosler has the edge, it also varies from brass manufacturer). Below is a test extracted from another site but he is also a member here ...This is not quite what I'm talking about. I watched a video of a gentleman comparing the 300 WM and the 30 Nosler. In the video he found the top accuracy load for both. The 30 Nosler was faster. If I remember correctly he was able to load the 300 WM to the same velocity as the 30 Nosler. Does this make the 300 WM a more efficient cartridge?
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