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I like the Winchester black shadow for its looks, light weight and ballistics. However I heard it is hard to get them to shoot well. Does anyone know how accurate this rifle-cartridge combination tends to be?
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Not sure about the .223, but I own a M70 BS .30-06 and it shoots true and accurate.
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had a coyote,-- was hoping to get it to shoot 75 gr. Amax, but the twist rate was to slow, strange thing winchester did, Never could get past 220 swift velocities, and the accuracy wasn't as good as current swift. -- only held 3 rds.  the factory trigger was great however.
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