Below is an excerpt from a well written article on The Importance of Twist Rates. It is relatively short, and explains, in mostly plain language, the effects of an incorrect twist rate. One of my pet peeves is when some folks say "naw, ya can't over stabilize a boolit", well, yes you can. Over stabilizing a bullet won't necessarily make it shoot poorly, you may get pretty decent groups. But, they won't be the best groups that bullet or your rifle are capable of producing.
It's important that rifle shooters have a basic understanding of twist rates and how it affects what you feed your rifle.
You can read the rest of the article here ---> https://www.shootingtimes.com/editorial/ammunition_st_twistrates_200809/100194
I'll admit, PC is perhaps not my foremost quality.
I used to watch soccer, but all the fruitcake fake injuries absolutely disgust me. Back in my more athletic days, if I intended to put someone on the ground there was no ambiguity about it.