A while back I did some preliminary twist rate testing as a spinoff of the .223 vs. 5.56 article. It morphed into a separate article which is sort of summarized hereÂ on Google+ (which is apparently a real website).
[...] Effects of Twist Rate Upon Stability [...]
I’ve always been curious as to why civilian rifles are not regularly chambered with a 1/8 twist rate. It seems like it would be a solid compromise to make and would work with the widest range of civilian ammo available.
I would like to see a full article on this on luckygunner
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