First Look: SIG Sauer Elite Match 6 mm Creedmoor

posted on January 28, 2020

6 mm Creedmoor is rapidly gaining acceptance has an accurate, high-performance round that delivers outstanding long-range accuracy over a variety of platforms. Now, SIG Sauer is extending its line of Elite Match premium competition ammunition with the addition of a 6mm Creedmoor offering. This new rounds features a 107-grain Sierra MatchKing bullet for optimal results and has a muzzle velocity of 2,950 fps and muzzle energy of 2,068 foot-pounds.

“6 mm Creedmoor is a popular long-range round that performs well in wind thanks to its high ballistic coefficient and flat trajectory,” said Brad Criner, senior director, brand banagement and business development, SIG Sauer Ammunition. “We are pleased to offer this highly accurate round for competition shooters along with 6.5 Creedmoor and numerous other match grade loads.”

SIG Sauer Elite Match ammunition features a temperature-stable propellant, which delivers consistent muzzle velocity in all weather conditions. Elite Match ammunition uses premium-quality primers to keep velocity variations to an absolute minimum. In addition to this, the shell case metallurgy is optimized in SIG Elite Match OTM cartridges to yield consistent bullet retention from round to round. All SIG Sauer rifle ammunition is precision loaded on state-of-the-art equipment that is 100 percent electromechanically monitored to ensure geometric conformity and consistent charge weight.

SIG Elite Match ammunition is currently available in the following calibers: .223 Rem., .300 BLK, .308 Win., 30-06 Springfield, .300 Win. Mag., 6 mm Creedmoor and 6.5 Creedmoor. For more information, please visit


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