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  1. Apr 07,  · In the M16A2 and M (62 gr FMJ) ammunition, 1 in 9 twist was actually optimum based on the velocity and length of the bullet. 1 in 7 was adopted however as it was felt that it was important to adequately stabilize M Tracer ammunition which was substantially longer.
  2. Sep 15,  · In that case, you’re probably going to want to look for a faster twist rate that stabilizes larger bullets. and twist barrels, which work just fine with 55 grain projectiles but will also handle heavier 60, 62, and 69 grain bullets.
  3. Aug 26,  · 1/14 was the original twist rate, and the was the twist on the model 01 purchased by the USAF, and the Project Agile guns sent to Vietnam With the .
  4. All barrels are cut rifled with 6 groove, Radius bottom rifling (round bottom) with groove depths of” for and Caliber. 45 caliber through 62 caliber are” groove depth. Flat bottom may be requested at no extra charge. Standard rifling twist are as follows 1 in 48” twist for and calibers.
  5. Sep 20,  · Ar Rifling Twist Rate. While it is a general rule of thumb with weight, in reality, the longer a bullet is, the heavier it becomes. With newer types of bullets on the market and lead-free designs, some bullets made of copper and zinc are very light but require extra length to achieve the same weight compared to a lead core projectile.
  6. The Tavor 7 is the next evolutionary step in the Tavor bullpup family. Based on requests from military and civilian customers alike, the Tavor 7 is IWI’s introduction into the ×51 bullpup rifle offering. The Tavor carries the usual reliability expected of all IWI products with some increased ergonomic features.
  7. The RFB is a truly ambidextrous NATO bullpup rifle. Thanks to its innovative forward ejection system, dual bolt release, left & right side safety levers and ambi magazine release, southpaws can enjoy this little powerhouse as much as the rest of us.
  8. Feb 19,  · Re: Twist For gr. bullets " is the way to go with the 62's and also if you do ever get some of those nifty little 77 gr hornady taps the will be the ticket. but if you are truely only gonna use the 62's then would be the best choice.
  9. Nov 24,  · A skilled shooter can keep the groups relatively close with the two types of ammo. 62 gr. ammo does perform well from a 1/7 twist barrel as does 77 gr. ammo. The twist rate stabilizes heavier grain ammo better, but still does well with 55 gr. ammo.

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