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    My Savage axis has twist rate of 1:9 so if i load 90 grain bullets what would it do? I have it sighted for 55 grain.
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    you looking to load 90's for deer?

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    No just curious. I use my 30.06 for deer. Or might use my Mosin this year.
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    So this is your .223 ?

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    Yeppers.
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    Too big, won’t stabilize.
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    Cool thanks. How does it work if you have a 1:7 and run a light bullet?
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    Depending on the bullets, they can come apart at higher velocities if they are thin jackets. I don’t know that a .233 can push a bullet fast enough to do that...more like 22-250. Never actually encountered that personally, just read about it. Spin a lightweight thin jacket bullet fast enough and they come apart.
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