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Can one caliber be more accurate than another?
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Old 07-08-2005, 12:58 PM
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Cowboy Can one caliber be more accurate than another?

I was talking to a friend yesterday and we got into a discussion about whether one caliber is more accurate by its design and nature than another. We were mostly comparing the 308 vs 30-06. I was always under the impression that the accuracy was the same between different calibers in the same rifle. For example a BDL 308 and BDL 30-06 would have the same accuracy. I know the biggest variable in shooting is obviously the shooters skills but at the same time, is the caliber going to hold a tighter pattern over another?
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