1:11 is what my Ambush Arms is, and it shoots legit MOA with factory 120gr SST.I have zero experience with the 6.5 cartridge, but will be interested in the 1:11 twist using the 120 grain bullets. Could be totally wrong, but think the lighter bullets would work better.
Nice rifles. Good to see them get out of the safe and get some work done.
1) You have to have deer tags to hunt hogs during any of the deer seasons.Thanks for the feedback. I do have plenty of 120 SST's, for now. Headed to Colorado in a coupe hours on long pre planned trip to be a tourist. Don't ask. When I get back I need to sort all this out.
A thought just came to mind. Is it legal to hunt hogs with a rifle during Archery Deer season? Places I have hunted in the past, you show up in the field during bow season with a rifle would get you a ticket.
Here's how the 95gr TTSX did for me in the 6.8. There is no explosion like a varmint bullet...just rapid energy transfer along with pretty good penetration.That's about what I thought.
I have the Senior Citizen lifetime hunting license, so tags are not an issue.
So TTSX bullet work fine on hogs? I am concerned about the tip causing explosive expansion like a Horn day V-max