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6.5 Creedmoor,(500rounds) Hornady Match Ammunition

(11 customer reviews)

$399.00

Product Information

Cartridge
6.5 Creedmoor
Grain Weight
140 Grains
Quantity
500 Round
Muzzle Velocity
2710 Feet Per Second
Muzzle Energy
2283 Foot Pounds
Bullet Style
Polymer Tip
Bullet Brand And Model
Hornady ELD Match
Lead Free
No
Case Type

Brass

 

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Product Information

Cartridge
Grain Weight
140 Grains
Quantity
500 Round
Muzzle Velocity
2710 Feet Per Second
Muzzle Energy
2283 Foot Pounds
Bullet Style
Polymer Tip
Bullet Brand And Model
Lead Free
No
Case Type
Brass
Primer
Boxer
Corrosive
No
Reloadable
Yes
G1 Ballistic Coefficient
0.61
Sectional Density
0.287
Test Barrel Length
24 Inches
Velocity Rating
Supersonic
Country of Origin
United States of America

 

11 reviews for 6.5 Creedmoor,(500rounds) Hornady Match Ammunition

  1. steven80

    Fantastic player. Highly exact and consistently round. The box states that the MV is 2710, but mine was a bit slower, recorded at 2653, but still it was not a problem. The barrel broke in and adjust the scope, after which ammunition was .36 millimeters at 100. 30 rounds in that group size. Out from the case Ruger Precision 6.5 CM, 24in 1/8 twist. We couldn’t be more pleased.

  2. jkme032006

    It’s my first time shooting ammunition from the Rem 5 R with a Calvin Elite trigger! The first shot from the gun was bore sight shot at 25 yards and a bullseye! The next three shots at 100 yards included sub .4 inch groups. Couple days after, this ammo fires four shots .298 group! I am an avid reloader! I’m going have to be working hard to be able to compete with what factory ammunition will accomplish! !

  3. brennan.bucher4

    This item is mostly used to shoot targets at distances. It is perfect for the job. A very flat trajectory makes point of focus and point of collision very constant.

  4. jvanderbec1

    I use these bullets to set up my scopes, and for target shooting out to 200 yards. I plan to extend that to 500 yards in future.

  5. coopdood12

    It’s the only ammo I run in my precision rifle. I’m not a reloader. Very accurate.

  6. andrew

    I recently removed the Remington 700 SPS varmint to the bolt and receiver. I bought a barrel from Bartlein with an aftermarket stock, and a new trigger. I’m sure many of you may be wondering why I don’t reload using my current setup. The truth is I’m still learning about precision shooting. I shot handloads from a popular company, which cost me approximately $75.00 per round (shipping not included). I’m lucky to have got a single inch of accuracy from 100 yards. Therefore, I thought it was time to give this ammunition a try. This ammunition is fantastic. Just two days ago, I fired 3/8 of a group of 200 yards!! I’ve tried a few other brands but my rifle is a fan of this kind of stuff. Additionally, it’s very inexpensive. You should give it a go. There was a hand loader close to me, and was very jealous. Remember, every firearm is different.

  7. new13

    Gun: Bergara B-14 Ridge Scope: Leupold VX-3i LRP After following the Bergara break in procedure with American Gunner ammo. My first 3 round group with this match ammo measured 0.3″

  8. rtyjsje

    These were used in a Coues hunting whitetail. A precise shot. Plus, I harvested two cow elk the next week. One was shot at 446 yards, and the other at 498 yards. Both were shot by junior hunters. The 446 yard shot is a lungshot. The 498 yards the elk slowed down fast, then the cow was thrown off in her tracks. Overall, a highly precise round and a wonderful final result!

  9. aidan.glunk

    The ammo was very reliable on my AR10. At 100 yards, I am getting 1/2 MOA. you can’t get much better than that with ammunition that is factory-made. I was ringing at the “8” plate at 300 yards quite frequently. The next time I’ll test it at 600 yards and see what happens.

  10. alyssab

    With this ammunition in the Ruger Hawkeye Long-Range Target rifle, in 6.5 millimeter Creedmoor (26″ barrel with 1:8 twist) I’ve found the most consistent group size among the five ammunition brands/bullet weights I’ve tried to date. The chronometer I’ve used for 30 rounds shows that the average velocity of the muzzle is 2675 fps, with a typical variance of. The rifle I have “likes” its 140-grain bullet weight and its bullet shape. Hornady Match ammo delivers consistently great results. The rifle you are using may “prefer” a different bullet weight and velocity Also, try the 120 and 129 grain Hornady Match or Superformance ammo If you’re still trying to figure out the ammo that your rifle “likes” best.

  11. hub

    Only thing I’ll shoot out of my rifle

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