I’m picking up a pa10 this week and have a friend with a BA 18” 6.5 barrel they offered me for $160... very tempting. I have 2 6.5 bolt guns currently and no 308... wondering if I should leave this as is... or is it worth the change?
I wish. I’ve got my bergers seated too long. I have to use the accurate mags without the binder plate so that ammo won’t fit in a ar10 mag.If you already have two 6.5 bolt guns, why get the 308? The less different types of ammo I have to buy the better. If you get the 6.5 barrel, then you can use the same ammo across all three guns.
Like aslrookie said, ammo prices are pretty comparable. Unless you plan on hosing Wolf ammo through the 308, in which case there's no reason to consider a 6.5CM.What do you mean "what"?
And my phone's autocorrect is controled by an illiterate Chinese diary farmer......
I would love to have a floor-to-ceiling stack of ammo for my 308 bolt gun. Never need to order ammo before a match or range session all the time lol.Keep the .308 and buy the cheaper surplus 147gr stuff for 40 cents a round a use that. Every rifle doesn't need match grade ammo. Every rifle doesn't need ammo for it stacked from floor to ceiling either.
Thats what I paid for this entire rifle, with a magpul bipod lol.Why one or the other. Both is the answer.
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