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|Manufacturer||Sellier & Bellot|
|Bullet Weight||140 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)|
|Ammo Caliber||6.5mm Creedmoor|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2657|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||2202|
A relatively new cartridge that recently celebrated its first decade of production, 6.5mm Creedmoor ammunition is becoming increasingly popular for target shooting in the precision market. If you're one of the astute gun owners embracing this up and coming cartridge and the tack-driving rifles chambering it, this 6.5mm Creedmoor ammo from Sellier & Bellot is a cost-effective, highly accurate solution to your long range target needs.
Each cartridge in this box of 20 fires a 140 grain full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 2,657 feet per second. Expect excellent ballistics even at extended ranges.
Sellier & Bellot is a Czech manufacturer established in the early 19th century, making it one of the oldest and most experienced companies in the munitions business worldwide. S&B ammo is well regarded for its reasonable price, reliable performance, and quality components. New production S&B ammo uses fresh brass cases and non corrosive Boxer primers.
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Not bad for price by jokerman826 on 5/9/2018
Purchsed from local gun shop. 40 rounds and did not have a single problem. will most likely purchase in bulk next.
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I bought 3 boxes a while back. Was waiting for a Howa Oryx to come back instock. I took my Howa to the range today for a good barrel break in. It took about 3 hours. My last 3 shot group with this ammo at 100 yards. All in the same hole. Clearly the
See my summary. HOWA ORYX 6.5 creed loves it. 3 shot group in the same hole at 100 yards. Well below MOA.
Decent Practice Ammo
I run this as my, "plinking" ammo through a Bergara HMR bolt action and am pleased overall. I got 1.5-2 MOA grouping at 100 & 200 yards and was able to ring torso sized steel out to 600 yards. It you want to stretch much beyond that (with any degree of accuracy & repeatability) I would suggest looking elsewhere, but for the price it's great for, "plinking".
I bought this ammo mostly as "plinking" (if such a thing could be said for 6.5 creedmoor) and for the brass for reloading. As such, I was not expecting any great accuracy or performance out of it. However, I was able to get some 1 to 1.5 inch groups out of this stuff at 100 yards without too much difficulty using an AR-10 type rifle. I did have a couple of short-strokes, which isn't surprising given that this ammo seems to be more lightly loaded than typical 6.5 creedmoor rounds. However, all in all, it exceeded expectations and I would definitely buy more for casual practice.
Great for Bolt Action (not for AR-10)
I tried these in a new Aero Precision AR-10 rifle. Out of 75 rounds the best I got was 4 rounds in a sequence without a cycle issue. I was beginning to suspect the gun was under-gassed.
I bought some Hornady as a comparison and went through a 10 round mag
flawlessly. I reloaded that same mag with the S&B and could not fire more than 1 round at a time. Each time I had to clear the malfunction and try again.
For a bolt action rifle, theese should be great. They are dead on accurate for that application. All of my rounds were dead on so no complait as far as accuracy.
For an AR-10/Semi-Automatic rifle, these rounds make for a very long day.
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