Q: What is the best grain to use in a 243 with a twist rate of 9.25?

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% rate = 2.06%= 5/243 * 100%= 0.0206 * 100%= 2.06%

Whatever the person setting the rate wants to set it at.

How about: 243 = 243.0

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numbers are divisible by 243 are the multiples of 243 like 243, 486, 729, 972,...

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Remington 700 .243 twist rate is: 1 in 10" you can google it like I did.

The twist rate in a Winchester 670, 243 caliber is 1:10.

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Your rifles twist rate is one turn in 9inches/1 in 9.this is for a 223 cal

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The rate of twist for a Remington 788 in .243cal is 1 in 9 which is one complete turn of the bullet in nine inches

This rifle was built by Mossberg and was labeled the 800B. The "B" series was sold thru Montgomery Wards and other large reatilers. All Mossberg model 800 .243 rifles manufactured had a twist rate of 1 in 10. So I believe it is safe to the twist rate is 1 in 10.

Most likely 1/14

if you mean the rate of twist, it should be one in 12 inches