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Old March 21, 2013, 08:59 PM   #6
Hawg Haggen
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I have no idea why they would recommend a PRB for that twist. 1:48 is about as fast as you really want to go with a round ball. Its a decent twist for conicals and ball but not ideal for either. most round ball twists run from 1:60-1:72. I would imagine accuracy would be pretty bad unless you kept the powder charge really low. Too low for any practical application.
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