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Introducing the 6mm ARC

This is a discussion on Introducing the 6mm ARC within the Guns & Ammo forums, part of the Tools of the Trade category; Already have two 6mm WSSMís that will out run the ARC, but if I didnít, it would be one Iíd sure consider for a build....

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    Already have two 6mm WSSMís that will out run the ARC, but if I didnít, it would be one Iíd sure consider for a build.
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    Seems like we keep trying to reinvent the wheel. Like the 6.5 Creedmoor is nothing more than my all time favorite thatís been around for over 100 years, the 6.5 Swede. Every new round that comes out nowadays you can find one thatís been around forever with same ballistics.


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    Good point. Hard to beat the Sweede.

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    In my opinion (with it and a dollar, you can get a cup of coffee) the biggest changes in the shooting world is bullet design and propellant advances. Just look at the difference in ballistics between a flat nosed 130gn 30-30 and a LeveRevolution round.
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    Your right Bird. Thatís why pretty much all LE has gone back to the 9mm. Bullet design. The 9,40&45 all expand and penetrate pretty much the same.


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