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#6023974 - 11/11/15 04:26 PM Here is a review of some quality 260 Rem factory ammo
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For those who don't have the time or the equipment to reload this may be an option for the 260.
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#6024118 - 11/11/15 06:03 PM Re: Here is a review of some quality 260 Rem factory ammo [Re: Cattleman]
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Frank is about pushing companies that will pay him to push their products. I like the comment at 4:02 that "the SD velocity spread was 20.3 and 21.7 SD! And it's not showing up down range."

That's exactly where a high SD will show up. An SD of 20 and 21 will have an ES (extreme spread) of 3-4 times that. So the ES would be around 60-80 fps. That will certainly show up down range at anything past 600 yards for a precision rifle. I take those videos with a grain of salt.
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