6.250

Discussion in 'Varminter & Hunting Forum' started by LCSportsman, Nov 5, 2006.

  1. AckleymanII

    AckleymanII Silver $$ Contributor

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    Out of a 26" barrel, I shot the 70's at 3550 fps into tiny groups and never full length sized the brass using H-335 and cci200 primers, I believe the loads was 35.5g.
     
  2. LCSportsman

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    Keith Candler

    Was this a 22.250, what was the rifle twist, 1-12 or 1-14?

    The 70's was bullet grain?

    Thanks

    LCS
     
  3. AckleymanII

    AckleymanII Silver $$ Contributor

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    I was shooting the 6/250. It is a bad deal that a company has not introduced the 6/250 in a factory rifle, it is fast and very efficient with long barrel life. It is not as accurate as the 6br, but varmints at 500 would never know the difference. 500 is about the extreme limint that I ever shoot.
     
  4. LCSportsman

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    I can't even see that far! I had a discussion earlier about the 22.250, 6.250 & the Savage 250. Seem if my 22.250 does wear out too fast I will go with another caliber to prolong barrel life. As it was pointed out to me by a few guys, the 6mm has more selection of bullets than the 25 cal.

    Good shooting

    LCS
     

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