Help me out with a thought experiment... Lets take 2 bullets that have similar BC, but different weight (maybe a 7mm Berger 184 hybrid vs .30 Berger 215 hybrid). G7 BC's are .356 vs. .354 - nearly identical. Now fire both of those at the same velocity - lets say 2900 fps. At distance (1000+ yards), does the heavier bullet carry some "inherent" advantage that is not obvious in the ballistics calculators? Maybe under switchy wind conditions? When i run the ballistics calculators, i get very similar wind drifts (which is expected due to similar BC) But what i am looking for is something more ...intrinsic? Is this why we see more .300 WSM's in the F class / benchrest arena? Much appreciated!