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Old 03-18-2010, 11:05 PM   #11
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Oh I so want an AR-10 in 243.
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.260 Rem

http://www.snipercentral.com/match260ammo.htm

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Really? Cuz I'm thinkin' about the "10" too.
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Good shooting, nice stick DET.
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Did I miss the post with the software name in it?
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It is called On Target Software.

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Thanks Tango!! And it's FREE!!
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Really? Cuz I'm thinkin' about the "10" too.
You'll find more 'factory' ammo for the .243, but the .260 is catching up. If you reload, the .260 offers alot more versatility than the .243

If you are going to be using it mainly for varmints, then I'd say go with the .243, you'll be able to stop by the local shop and pick up a couple boxes of whatever they have and spend the day knocking off 'yotes, prairie poodles, whatever.

But the .260 will up the ante, and allow you take on bigger game, longer range, flatter trajectory,....

OR......

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Les Baer Custom Inc.

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You'll find more 'factory' ammo for the .243, but the .260 is catching up. If you reload, the .260 offers alot more versatility than the .243

If you are going to be using it mainly for varmints, then I'd say go with the .243, you'll be able to stop by the local shop and pick up a couple boxes of whatever they have and spend the day knocking off 'yotes, prairie poodles, whatever.

But the .260 will up the ante, and allow you take on bigger game, longer range, flatter trajectory,....

OR......

go here

Les Baer Custom Inc.

Les Baer Custom Inc.

Slo
Yeah, I looked after I saw your post yesterday, Slo, and I'm not reloading yet, so it looks like the .260 would not make sense for me. I have a Rem 700SPS Varmint in .243 that I'm tuning up and getting ready.

Now, the Baer.....WOW.....but a little beyond my means! Didn't see the price, but I know how expensive Baers are.
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Yeah, I looked after I saw your post yesterday, Slo, and I'm not reloading yet, so it looks like the .260 would not make sense for me. I have a Rem 700SPS Varmint in .243 that I'm tuning up and getting ready.

Now, the Baer.....WOW.....but a little beyond my means! Didn't see the price, but I know how expensive Baers are.
oh,ok....how about this one?
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