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Old March 22, 2013, 04:16 PM   #846
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There are also jacketed .311 rounds for .303 British rifle bullets. They hold together above 2500 ft/s. I'm not sure of the weights available, but if they're at all comparable to the .308s, varmint rounds would fall in the 110-120 grain range. Of course, it might be that suitable bullets would follow the introduction of such a rifle on the market.
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