As the popularity of the 6.5 Creedmoor increases, we’re looking for accurate ammunition which doesn’t cost a fortune to shoot. In Europe the caliber is only starting to grow in popularity, so the volumes are low – prices sky high.
Shooters want accurate ammunition, for free and we want it now!
This test was done in Europe, the home market for Sellier & Bellot (Czech Republic), and as the local dealer showed me their new 6.5 Creedmoor I wanted to try it.
To my knowledge, this is Sellier & Bellot’s first 6.5 Creedmoor, but there is a soft point available as well.
For a box of thousand, you pay about a dollar per round.
The box said “Tactical” (Hmmm….) and the bullet was FMJ. It came at a nice price. All these things added up to some kind of contradiction when it comes to long range accuracy.
I was skeptical, to say the least. But I was hoping for the best.
How did it go? Let’s walk through the setup, pricing, accuracy, Labradar readings and the conclusion.
The reference rifle is a Ruger Precision Rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor. The main use is the Precision Rifle Series (PRS) type
Originally posted on The Firearm Blog