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6.5 Creedmoor Ammo Test Summary: Hit Probability At Long-Range

If you only read one article in this series, MAKE IT THIS ONE! This article takes all the data collected over months of live-fire research and sums it all up by ranking each type of ammo by hit probability from 400 to 1,200 yards! After all, the size of a group on paper at 100 yards or the muzzle velocity our chronograph spits out doesn’t really matter – at least not directly. For long-range work, all that actually matters is if our bullet impacts the target downrange. Precision and velocity affect that, but so do a lot of other factors! So this article is like the grand finale and ranks which ammo gives us the best odds of connecting with long-range targets.

3 comments

  1. I think that this is a bad design. I don’t understand the benefits of having a bolt on an AR frame. If you are going to have an AR have an AR. Stupid. I own a pile of long range rifles and this would never be in my safe!!!!!

    • Well, I guess that’s one opinion. Some of the most accurate rifles in the world are built off tube guns with receivers that are very similar to this, like the Eliseo chassis or the Remington MSR that I recently reviewed. It’s not a ludicrous idea. You definitely don’t have to buy it, and you’re entitled to your opinion … but it’s not a terrible idea.

      Thanks,
      Cal

  2. What a great design, Gun, Period.

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