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Old Sun July 26th,2009, 01:52 AM   #21
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Default Re: .22-250 or .223?

Hello Outlaw!Good to hear you are still at it,still doing a lot of hunting.I use 40gr vmax in all the .22,s including a Hornet that has become my favorite coyote getter.On the chrony I get 2800fps with the hornet and have poshed 40,s over 4300 in .220.Hope your doing well. ray.
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Old Sat October 31st,2009, 11:17 PM   #22
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ray

ive run the 40s pst 4200 in my swift and noticed noticably throat erosion. i no shoot 55gr bullets at 36-3800 depending on bullet and load. 40s dont shoot any flatter and drift more in the wind.
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