Originally Posted by jeepboy4life
Im getting ready to purchase a predator rifle, I have narrowed my findings down to .223 or .22-250. While doing a boat load of research, my findings are making me lean towards the .22-250. The only thing I have not found an answer for, what is the estimated number of rounds through the barrel of a .22-250 before it needs replacing. I have read all over and been told by many sources that it will eat the barrel, but how fast, how many rounds??
depends on how you use it.
Rapid fire, you could butn a barrel in less than 1000 rounds.
Shoot slowly and allow the barrel to cool between shots, and it could last for 4-5 thousand rounds.
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