Considering every rifle, even the same model and caliber have microscopic differences.
Hypothetically, If I were to be able to produce 2 mathematically identical rifles, one in 308win, one in 7mm08Rem.
Identically loaded with exactly the same load of the same powder.
Loaded with identical primers.
Loaded with exactly 150gr projectiles, one 7mm, one .308
Both zeroed at 300yd with absolutely no wind deflection.
I take both rifles on the exact same range and add a steady 8mph east to west wind.
Fire the rifles without correcting windage.
Which rifle will suffer more wind deflection?
Now bear in mind I know its impossible to test this theory as the parameters of the test could never be met.
That's why its hypothetical
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Send the kids to college, hunt, and own more guns
USMC 2111 Armorer, Ret.