Kind of a technical question, but...
I understand that a barrel has to have a sufficient twist ratio in order to stabilize bullets in flight. Other than a bullet coming apart and fragmenting mid-flight, how is a bullet "over-stabilized".
Example... Let’s say one 308W bullet stabilized with a 1-10 Twist, and another is stabilized with a 1-12 twist. Why would it hurt stabilization and accuracy if you lowered the twist of both rounds as long as they don’t fragment mid-flight?
My understanding is that different gr bullets need different twist ratios due to their length. And it makes sense. But it doesn’t make sense that a bullet spinning too fast can be less accurate. (As long as it doesn’t come apart)