Winchester Match Ammunition 6.5 Creedmoor 140 Grain Sierra MatchKing Hollow Point Boat Tail (500rounds)

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6.5 Creedmoor
Grain Weight
140 Grains
(10 Boxes of 20)
Muzzle Velocity
2710 Feet Per Second
Muzzle Energy
2283 Foot Pounds
Bullet Style
Jacketed Hollow Point
Bullet Brand And Model
Sierra Matchking
Lead Free
Case Type
G1 Ballistic Coefficient
Sectional Density
Velocity Rating
Country of Origin
United States of America

The Complete Guide to 6.5 creedmoor ammo winchester , the New Bowling Alley of Shooting Guns

What is the 6.5 creedmoor and what makes it different from other hunting rifles?

The 6.5 creedmoor ammo is a new hunting rifle cartridge that has been created by Hornady and Ruger. It is a game-changing cartridge because it can be used in both rifles and handguns.

The 6.5 Creedmoor was designed to have the same trajectory as the 7mm-08 Remington, but at a much lower cost and with less recoil than other cartridges like the .308 Winchester or .30-06 Springfield. The cartridge is also more accurate than these two cartridges, which are more commonly used for hunting purposes.

The 6.5 Creedmoor has been on the market since 2009 and it has been adopted by many hunters because of its increased accuracy, lower cost, and less recoil compared to other cartridges that are currently in use today.

How the 6.5 Creedmoor Works Its Magic on Urban Hunting Situations

The 6.5 Creedmoor is a popular cartridge that has been used by hunters and military personnel for years, but the cartridge is also gaining popularity in the civilian market.

The 6.5 Creedmoor has gained popularity because of its versatility and range, which makes it a great choice for hunting in urban areas. The cartridge has been designed to be used in both long-range rifle competition and hunting situations.

The 6.5 Creedmoor offers a flat trajectory that makes it suitable for both long-range shooting and short-range hunting situations, which means you can shoot from 300 yards out or from just over 100 yards away with ease. This versatile cartridge is an excellent choice for any hunter who wants to take their game to new heights!

Why an AR-10 or 308 caliber is not a good choice for hunting at long range

If you’re looking for a rifle that will allow you to hunt at long range, then one of the following calibers is not a good choice for you.

The 7.62x51mm NATO round is the most popular rifle cartridge in the United States and worldwide. It has been used in hunting since it was introduced in 1932 by the US military.

AR-10 or 308 caliber rifles are not recommended for bowhunting because they have larger bullets than smaller calibers such as .243 Winchester, .223 Remington, or .30-06 Springfield.

6.5 Creedmoor vs .308 Winchester Performance Comparison

This article is a comparison of the performance between the 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Winchester cartridges. It provides a detailed analysis of the cartridge performance in terms of trajectory, velocity, energy, and accuracy.

The 6.5 Creedmoor was designed as a hunting cartridge for medium game such as deer and black bear. The .308 Winchester is used for hunting large game such as elk and moose or for military use by US Army snipers who need to be able to hit targets at long ranges with accuracy.

This article will help you select which cartridge to use in your next hunting trip or military mission based on its performance characteristics.

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11 reviews for Winchester Match Ammunition 6.5 Creedmoor 140 Grain Sierra MatchKing Hollow Point Boat Tail (500rounds)

  1. atakaan

    • Consistent Velocity with hand loads No jams, misfired or damaged catridges This one is top-quality. I am not a believer in factory ammunition and decided to give this one a shot, and I never looked back. I have shot more than 1,000 yards and have had outstanding results back-to-back using the 6.5 Ruger Precision Rifle with Vortex PST. Absolutely, there is not one single issue, or any inconsistent load. Highly recommended.

  2. kinnik.lopian

    will be buying this ammo again

  3. enrikesmith

    I’ve fired four box (80 rounds) of this product so far. The ammunition has produced consistent 1/23/4 moa groups on my rifle that ranged from 100 yards all the way up to 600 yards. While the groups aren’t huge but I’ll note that the point of impact (POI) for this round is about 1 MOA off and left unadjusted to another standard 140 grain load that has an elastomer tip. I just altered my come-up and windage in line with some sighters and recorded the differences within my book of dope. It’s consistent and I’m able to quickly change between ammunitions considering the adjustments. I find that this ammunition is equally effective in comparison to the other brands and I’ve found it for less than $5 per box. I also prefer Winchester brass when refilling (although there is no measurable reason). The performance of ammunition is dependent on the rifle and the shooter who has the best performance can get the most out of it. It could or might not create tight groups using your shooting technique, but my research has shown that the product has been designed to be a method that it certainly is able to deliver consistently consistent results with the right shooting system.

  4. atakanaktan

    Very accurate out to 800 yards with this round with the Ruger Precision Rifle.

  5. askformichelle7

    I bought this ammunition on recommendations to purchase the brass needed to reload. The first time I tried it in the past, there were very few options of 6.5 Creedmoor however many Ammo manufacturers and barrels, as well as Rifles are available, which leads one to think it is a good ammunition. 100 yards under MOA Similar to my Savage

  6. benji8080

    I bought several cases of Winchester and Hornady A-max to help break in the barrel of the GA Precision custom rifle I recently constructed. At 100 yards, the A-max shot five shots, which could be taken care of by one quarter. It was not terrible. Then I tested the Winchesters. Five shots can be completely covered by one penny! It’s not quite “one ragged hole” but it’s close enough; even close. In the 200 yards range, in the group of five shots, it could be completely covered by the quarter. Remember that it’s a brand new gun with a barrel that is not installed, and with the crosswind is 10-15 mph. I did cheat a little with the lead-sled however, it made it easier for breaking in, with all the cleaning needed. As a reloader, I’ve had my work cut out for me to finish the same or even better. If you’re Reloaders and are employing 140gr Sierra Matchking bullets, please take note that the bullets that are that are in the Winchesters are not Matchkings. They definitely look like they do, however the design is distinct. With an Hornady over-all length gauge and an Matchking bullet as well as an Hornady bullet comparator that has 526 inserts, I found the C.O.L. with the help of this comparator is 3.245in in my rifle. If I use the comparator on Winchesters it’s 3.225in that is .020 shorter. I measured the actual across all lengths from the bottom of the case up to the point of the gun. My newly loaded C.O.L. is 2.750in and my Winchester can be found at 2.800, .050 LONGER. The only reason this can be done is because the two bullets aren’t identical. This is also a reminder of the importance of double-checking every aspect when loading a new cartridge. If I had not utilized the overall length gauge, and assumed that the bullet from the Winchester was identical to the one I’m using and utilized the 2.800in size, I would have had an unintentionally too long for the chamber of my gun. It’s unlikely that I’d have been capable of closing the bolt. But each gun is different. What doesn’t work in my gun might work perfectly in your gun. Don’t guess, measure! !

  7. sholly

    I recently completed an DPMS AR 6.5 Creedmoor 22 inch Rainier Ultra Match Barrel. The ammo certainly exceeded my expectations since I bought it just to test my rifle. I had not been to the range in over an entire year, using the first day with a brand new rifle and was able to shoot four shots in a .411 MOA at 100 yards. I’m almost not required to reload the caliber when it has the performance of this! This was superior to my earlier hand loaded 308 which was .443moa. Top of the line ammunition!

  8. daffa

    Shoots sub 3/4 at 100yds at 2750fps out of a 30″ obermeyer 5R!! Good ammo at a Fair price

  9. navidm.noori

    I shot Winchester’s 140g. Match rounds this morning and was extremely impressed. It appears I have a Savage 12 LRP is performing very well with the 140g. rounds. When compared to Hornady’s 140g. rounds, the Hornady’s seemed to be a little more accurate. I got an accuracy of .127 MOA for 100 yards. Check my calculations, the largest length in inches is .3775 in. and total dimension of the area is .251 in.

  10. alohasteph06

    used these Winchester 140 Gr. Match while I used a more expensive brand very little difference if any. yes I will buy again without hesitation

  11. 88.mjghost

    bought these to try 140 grain match very satisfied

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