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Old 04-07-2008, 10:08 PM   #1
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I looking for a bullet for a 243 with 1 in 10 twist for deer hunting any help



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Old 04-07-2008, 10:18 PM   #2
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ok well the barrel has the twist and not the bullet but if you have a rifle with a 1x10 twist here you go
a sierra 107 gr. HPBT matchking
the product number is 1570



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Thank you I will load some and give them a try

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ok well the barrel has the twist and not the bullet but if you have a rifle with a 1x10 twist here you go
a sierra 107 gr. HPBT matchking
the product number is 1570
Be aware, however, that Sierra does not recomend using Matchkings for anything but shooting target. They are not designed for reliable expansion but for maximum accuracy!
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Be aware, however, that Sierra does not recomend using Matchkings for anything but shooting target. They are not designed for reliable expansion but for maximum accuracy!
good reading i was wondering but he did ask
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I have had good luck with most of the Serria and Hornady bullets. Speer also make some good bullets as do others. As long as you stay with a bullet from 100 to 117 gn. designed for hunting you should be alright. Just keep tring different bullets untill you find one that has accuracy you are satisified with.



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