The bore diameter of the .270 Winchester—.277″—is not exactly a very popular one; there are very few other cartridges using this bore diameter, certainly fewer than the 6.5mm, 7mm and .30s that surround it. 81C79315-0226-42A8-8374-D5E9F4336593.jpeg, Powered by UBB.threads™ PHP Forum Software 7.7.3.
Please note, the following information reflects the estimated average ballistics for each caliber and does not pertain to a particular manufacturer, bullet weight, or jacketing type. Don't know why they don't make more offerings in bullets but theres still enough for me out there to chose from. Both are great, but you should hunt with They are just too close in performance and the difference between 300 WSM and 270 WSM is about the same. In my opinion, one of the drawbacks of all three of the .270s is their twist rate. Mag. I've had all WSM's but the 325 WSM at one time or another. In all honesty, with the exception of the .300 WSM (and even that seems to be on the wane) the WSM line seems destined for obscurity. For some reason the 270 was overlooked for long range type bullets. En definitiva, las reses no van a notar la diferencia entre uno y otro, y nosotros a efectos practicos, tampoco. You must log in or register to reply here. I guess a 1 in 8 might be in the cards but I gotta wear this one out some first.
I know technically I wasn't under gunned but the heaviest bullet that I could get to shoot sub moa was 90 grain nosler ballistic tips. We have a variety of deals on Rifle Ammo, Handgun Ammo, Shotgun Ammo & Rimfire Ammo, as well as ammo for target practice, plinking, hunting, or shooting competitions. I would do the 300 just for the fact of bullet selection, expecialy on heaveier game. Please note, the following information reflects the estimated average ballistics for each caliber and does not … I have a 270 WSM M70 in an edge stock a friend has a 300 WSM in a T3 light. The 270 is the lightest recoil magnum that I have ever owned and that means something to me. I am not a .270 Win fan, but I like my .270 WSM over the 300 WSM. Jack O’Connor’s championing of the .270 Winchester may have been the best ringing endorsement of any cartridge if the 20th century; it became the favorite of millions of deer hunters, as well as those in pursuit of the wild sheep that Jack loved so much.
Please email us if you have questions about any of our product listings. I am not a .270 Win fan, but I like my .270 WSM over the 300 WSM. Bonsoir, je possède le calibre 300WSM quand pensez-vous ? One way to think about this is as such: a foot-pound is a unit of energy equal to the amount of energy required to raise a weight of one pound a distance of one foot. Typically, all three are provided with a 1:10″ twist rate, which limits the bullet weight to 150 grains. Please email us if you have questions about any of our product listings. Necking down the .30-03 to hold .277″ diameter bullets may have been the best decision Winchester engineers ever made, as it remains the most popular of the .30-06/.30-03 offspring, and it’ll take quite a bit to unseat the .270 Winchester. The 300 is unpleasant to me and my friend eventually put a brake on it making kick less but more unpleasant to shoot. Had Winchester changed the twist rate, allowing the .270 to run heavy bullets, we may never have heard of the 6.5 Creedmoor, but alas, history is history. The 130- and 150-grain slugs were the most popular for big game, and as the .270 was based on the .30-03 cartridge—the predecessor of the .30-06 Springfield—there was plenty of case capacity.