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I recall reading about the development in Precision Shooting and what it entailed was tests of varioius diameters and bullt weights between 6mm and 6.5mm for retained energy, pentration, trajetory and functioning. When all the tests were "weighed" the 6.3mm (.277") was the clear winner overall. The original impetus for improvement was "put down" power down range, i.e. they don't get back up and shoot again.
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