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Sellier & Bellot, 6.5mm Creedmoor, SP, 140 Grain, 500 Rounds

This price level Sellier & Bellot 6.5 Creedmoor seems quite representative for many of the 6.5 Creedmoor in the vicinity, so we had to give it a try when Cellier and Belt suddenly showed up at the local store. The S&B 6.5 Creedmoor 140 was priced at around $ 1.50 each. A box of 1000 units comes down to just one dollar (in Europe).

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Sellier & Bellot 6.5 Creedmoor Factory Hunting Charge Post battle was released; I went to Reddit for information on how to improve my testing method to help determine the best 6.5 Creemore shells factory charge for my rifle. Perhaps the best entry was posed as the following question: What do you want to learn? This question was followed by a general statement that I believe to be true: the terminal yield of the bullets is a much more significant factor than the group size for hunting applications.

The truth is that I am Sellier & Bellot 6.5 Creedmoor, still learning. After all, I am new to hunting. Those who have spent most of their Normal 6.5 Creedmore shells’ lives shooting are relatively new to the field. I am also new to the Creedmoor 6.5mm cartridge. With that in mind, I decided to continue my experiment to see what ammo was my rifle and group the best.


  • Bullet Type Soft Point
  • Bullet Weight 140 Grains
  • Ballistic Coefficient 0.391 G1
  • 0.197 G7
  • Sectional Density 0.287
  • Advertised Muzzle Velocity 2657 FPS
  • Price Paid 20 Rounds


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