HORN 81499 PH 6.5 CREED 143 ELDX 20/10
Mfg Item Num: 81499
Model Number: Precision Hunter
Unit of measure: BX
Caliber: 6.5 Creedmoor
Bullet Type: ELD-X
Bullet Weight: 143 GR
Muzzle Energy: 2315 ft lbs
Muzzle Velocity: 2700 fps
Rounds Per Box: 20
Casing Material: Brass
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I've been buying and testing the EDL-X ammo in the four 6.5 Creedmoors I have for over a year now. Shoots like Match Grade ammo using a hunting bullet. Considering price and accuracy, I don't need to look any further for my applications.
I purchased this ammo to run through my Ruger precision rifle and I am not disappointed. After a 60 round break in I started focusing on groups and soon learned this is right there as good as reloading my own. I am shooting an average of 5/8" groups at 200 yards. Well worth the money and vizard's has great prices and fast shipping.
Rifle: AR-10, 6.5 CR, Criterion FA NM 24" stainless bull barrel, 1-8 twist.
Scope: Millett LRS-1, 6-25X56
This was first outing with this rifle, finished it Friday night
and was out on the range Sunday.
I used 129gr. Hornady interlocks to break in the barrel, then settled
In to shoot some groups with the 143 ELD-X ammo.
Velocity was a bit lower out of this barrel than advertised, avg. 2643 over 10 shots. The really great part of this review is 2, 10 shot groups that you could cover with a penny each!!!
I have always used Hornady ammo as my accuracy benchmark for all my accuracy testing, looks like they really hit a home run again.
I'd like to say the Hornady 143gr eld-x ammo is good stuff. Shot very well and nice groups. Haven't shot on deer yet hope to soon but maybe a ground hog sooner.
I Took my new Browning-bolt rifle and put my Hornady 6.5 creedmoor ammo to the test and I'm pleased with the results. I broke in the barrel with a cheaper Hornady ammo. First I cleaned the barrel then after each shot I re-cleaned the barrel again for a total of 12 shots. Then 3 sets of 2 shots and 2 sets of 4 shots. I then put on my Leupold Vx-3i 4.5 to 14 CDS scope . It took 4 shots to sight it in after initial bore sighting. I then cleaned the bore fired 2 fouling shots and let the barrel cool. My first 3 shot group at 100 yards was less than 1/2 moa. I then installed my cds turret and the scope and cartridges shot as advertised. This was the first 6.5 creedmoor ammo made commercially even before there was rifles being produced in this caliber and I would tell anyone to use it.
I'm 72 years young and was shooting off of a Harris bi-pod and a rear bag. I'll use this ammo out to 600 yards with confidence etc. Your price and shipping of this ammo was really great!!
72*F, 10-15 mph wind gusting up to 25 mph this ammo DELIVERS!!! 0.416" center to center best 5 shot group. Biggest ctc 0.675" at 100 yds.
Can't wait to see how really accurate this can be.