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bisley wrote: »
This is not about need. You can load up or down with what you have and get the job done, just fine.However, the .243 is such a sweet shooter that I cannot believe you don't have one. As a person who ignored the .243 for nearly 50 years, all I can say is treat yourself to one. You will likely discover that it does everything you need, and puts a big smile on your face, every time you shoot it.
bellcat wrote: »
ojr wrote: »
I'll keep cracking on until you break and discover the real world
orchidman wrote: »
Ok, You have convinced me that the 223 is not the ideal for what I want.
However you still havent convinced me that the 243 is a better choice...........
I am now thinking that something like a 6x42 will fit the bill.......
BigDanS wrote: »
Why would you go 6x42 when you can go 6x54 ( .243 ) Case volume!!! There is no substitute for cubic inches, and I promise you when you shoot your first 100 gr bullet over 40g of H4350 at 3000 fps and feel almost no recoil there will be a huge grin on your face. Not to mention, with a 200 yard zero your PBR is 300 yards!!! Just point and shoot, no hold overs needed.
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