While some consider the 6.5 Creedmoor a new cartridge, ballistically speaking, it’s actually on par with a much older offering. But that doesn't stop it from taking over the precision-shooting world.
While some consider the 6.5 Creedmoor a new cartridge, ballistically speaking it’s actually on par with a much older offering.
There has never been a better time to pick up a semi-automatic rifle in a caliber between .223 Rem. and .308 Win.
Sometimes, a rifle shoots so well, we become emotionally attached to it. When every component helps us become one with the gun and the chambering is ideal for long-range pursuits, such a rifle can lead us to shooters’ nirvana.
Some things have been repeated enough they're considered fact. This is particularly true regarding internal ballistics.
Hornady's new Superformance squeezes an extra 100 to 200 fps out of the .308 Win., without producing magnum-load recoil—an alluring mix bound to seduce tactical shooters.