I have a question on rifle twist I would like to hear some expert advise on. So I have always understood that the tighter the twist rate was the more accurate the barrel is. I just met a guy last week with a lot of experience with ar type rifles and he said it is not true that a 1:10 twist would be superior to a 1:11.25 twist although the match barrel i was looking for was a tighter twist than my stock ar10 1:11.25 twist. i was looking at lmt barrels and the 20"chrome lined barrel was only $485 with a 1:10 twist while the $700 stainless barrel was 1:11.25 twist. this guys thory is that the higher twist ratio(1:11.25) makes the bullet come out flipping and causing a more vicious wound than a tighter twist would without sacrificing accuracy while a tight 1:9 or 1:10 twist will just penetrate with much less damage and this just making a more desireable round for nato due to the geneva convention act making gunshots more survivable but not more effecient persay. what say you about the accuracy at long ranges between the two vs.damage inflicted? since i dont plan on going to war anytime soon i just want a more accurate long range barrel and lets face it a 7.62x51mm is going to do damage no matter how it hits you.