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- Heat Shield™ tips
- 6.5 Creedmoor caliber
- 40 grains
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ABOUT 6.5 CREEDMOOR 500 rounds
The 6.5 Creedmoor phenomenon has muddied the waters and confused a lot of hunters. The efficient little cartridge has become so popular, so ubiquitous, that many shooters are ascribing it powers it can’t live up to. Yeah, it’s a great, low-recoil round for precision shooting at ridiculous distances. But it’s not a super cartridge.
In fact, there are many cartridges that outshoot the Creedmoor.
- Before you condemn me to the lower levels of Dante’s Inferno, consider external ballistics — the stability, accuracy, drop, deflection, and kinetic energy of the bullet in flight. What the bullet does in flight and when it strikes game are what matters, not the cartridge’s size, shape, or title. A cartridge’s size and shape, however, determine how much velocity they can give a bullet. So size does matter. It’s obviously unfair to pit a 6.5 Creedmoor (41 grains of powder) against a 6.5-300 Weatherby Magnum (78 grains of powder.) But it should be fair to compare many other cartridges to the Creed. Specifically, we should compare other rounds commonly used to hunt similar species (whitetails, mule deer, pronghorns, and coyotes) and cartridges that launch bullets of similar weight at roughly similar velocities with similar recoil.
- Let’s define those parameters. The Creedmoor gets its longrange performance reputation from a combination of 140- to 143-grain, high B.C. bullets and fast twist rifling, usually 1:8 or even 1:7.5. Full house loads in 7-pound rifles recoil with about 15.7 ft.-lbs. energy at a recoil velocity of 12 fps. You can choose lighter bullets from 100 grains to 130 grains, too, for higher velocities, flatter trajectories, and even less recoil.
- Many other cartridges fit this category, but before introducing them, recognize that muzzle velocities vary significantly from rifle to rifle, load to load. Barrel length, chamber dimensions, etc., can add or subtract 100 fps, even as much as 200 fps from the same ammunition. Handloaders often tread on dangerous ice by pushing excessive pressures to gain speed. So we’ll stick with sensible velocity averages as listed in handloading manuals and/or ammo manufacturers’ published claims.
- Understand there are many ways to measure cartridge/bullet performance. Obviously drop, wind deflection, and energy are important. But so is Maximum Point Blank Range, the distance at which a dead-on hold puts the bullet within the desired vital target area. Zeroing a rifle for MPBR provides maximum efficiency and permits quick target engagement. Because most commonly hunted “big game” species from pronghorn to moose have at least an 8-inch circle of vital tissue (broadside, chest,) we’ll use 8 inches as our target size and zero each cartridge/bullet for its MPBR so that bullets aimed dead center do not rise above nor fall below this circle.