Anyone see a need for this round? A 223 necked up to 25 cal. I think the 223 case has a hard enough time pushing a 22 cal bullet let alone anything bigger. Now if the would have necked the 6.8 down to 25 cal that might have been a winner. Supposed to reveal the round a SHOT. Sharps and federal went togther on it. Everyone wants to use that bolt for everything huh?
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Necking up the .223 is a good thing and takes advantage of the larger, more efficient bore size. Diameters such as .25 and .243 on that case are giving great results. Of course the SPC case offers a bigger engine for those bullets, but there are a bunch of people out there who insist on using a .223 bolt and mags for their variant ARs.
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