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Does anyone KNOW the twist on a 22-250 Striker? 1st gen.
I keep measuring and getting ~ 1:12, but I think it's slower.
Thanks;
joe b.
 
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If it's a factory barrel it's most likely 1-12" and as you state you keep measuring and get 1-12".

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12 sounds right to me.


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Does anyone KNOW?
 
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Originally posted by joeb33050:
Does anyone KNOW?


Well you have the barrel. If you were closer I'd be happy to come measure it for you Wink


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My striker is a 1:14 according to the savage booklet that came with it.....just not sure what gen mine is or how to tell.

Scott
 
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Thank you for the 14" twist mentiion in your manual.
The Striker has a 14" long barrel, and with the chamber, it is difficult to measure the twist. My M10 barrels measure 12" twist and stabilize a .89" long cast bullet. The Striker will NOT stabilize that bullet. I thought the Striker twist was slower than 12" even with my difficult/fuzzy measurements.
Your response clears this up.
Would you send me a copy of the page from your manual, I don't have a manual.
Thanks a ot;
joe b.
 
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Yes I can get you a copy this weekend.....

Scott
 
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here is the page....hope it helps

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