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What's the Best Chow for a Golani?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by mordechaianiliewicz, Dec 6, 2008.

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  1. mordechaianiliewicz

    mordechaianiliewicz Member

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    I am wondering which works better, 55 grain, or 62 grain ammo. Or does either work pretty well. I don't know the bbl twist so I can't figure out which.
     
  2. wally

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    Both 55gr and 62gr Wolf worked fine in my Golani. Couldn't say which was better, seemed pretty interchangeable at 50 yards.

    Around here right now, its take what you can get with regards to EBR rifle calibers.

    --wally.
     
  3. mordechaianiliewicz

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    We still seem to be able to get some choices as to grain weight, but WOLF, and all the Russian varieties are just flying off the shelves like the folks at the plant install wings and a jet engine.
     
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    Real .mil Galils were built with 1-12" and 1-7" at different times, but I think Century had to use US made barrels, so I'd guess they went with the civilian AR standard-ish 1-9".

    Should be good to go with either 55 grain or 62 grain ammo.
     
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