Creedmoor 6.5: The ONLY Hunting Round You Need

Remember when Creedmoor was just a weird fetish for target shooters? Well slowly this round has wormed its way into the hunting community.

 

It’s narrow, it’s light and yet it just works. It is now slowly taking over the as the only hunting rifle you need for anything up to Elk and Caribou. People are taking black bears down with Creedmoor and it is fast rendering the 300 Win and 308 almost redundant.

 

Now there is one caveat, if you’re in grizzly country then you need something more substantial. That Creedmoor round would probably bounce off a big bear and if it didn’t, you would wish it had.

 

But for every other form of American big game, from White Tail and Elk through to Boar and Black Bear hunting, the Creedmoor has taken over. Essentially you could sell half your gear and keep a 22 LR, an AR-15 and the Creedmoor. That would cover you up until the really, really big game.

 

You can use it to shoot rabbits on the horizon, or a boar at 600 meters. It’s just proving to be a versatile round that does the business with a clean kill. You can also place your shots much better with the more accurate Creedmoor that is less prone to drop off at distance.

 

Youtube is full of random clean kills of goats at up to 800 yards, which is kind of epic. It is taking Elk at 600 yards with one shot, if you hit the right spot. I’ve seen them drop at 1000 yards.

 

 

It’s a 2700fps round in its purest form and that is an amazing thing to watch. If you’ve left Creedmoor alone, then you really should get yourself a rifle and give it a go. You’ll be amazed how comfortable this rifle is to shoot and how you can take prey at distance.

 

143gr bullets with Polymer tips maintain their speed and trajectory much better than the heavier lumps of metal other calibers rely on. It shouldn’t have been powerful enough for hunting, but it just is.

 

You can also pick up amazing firearms for this caliber, like the Ruger Enhanced Precision bolt-action rifle. It’s a target shooter, but it’s also just dying to go out in the field as well.

 

If you’re not sure which Creedmoor rifle to buy then we’ve got a helpful list of the best Creedmoor rifles on sale in 2018 right here.

 

So yes, you can largely put away your other calibers and focus on your shooting with the Creedmoor 6.5. It’s just going to get more popular and there’s a chance it will prove to be the undoing of our traditional bigger calibers in time.

 

Sell your other kit, invest in Creedmoor and you’ll have a hunting gun that will basically cover you for everything.

 

Where to get cheap Creedmoor 6.5 ammo

 

Our partner Lucky Gunner has a great selection of Creedmoor 6..5 ammo, and selection is the correct word. You need to experiment with Creedmoor to find the best combo for your weapon and the particular game.

 

Bulk Ammo for Sale at Lucky Gunner

 

You can use hollowpoints, or polymer tipped arrows that should maintain their course well into the distance, and it just depends on what you’re hunting on that day. A hollowpoint should help you haul down an Elk, but if you can make the shot then a Polymer-tipped bullet should pop straight through a rabbit at 1400 yards and leave you with an actual harvest.

 

The Creedmoor has fast become my favourite hunting round and I think it’s going to take over in a hurry. So get your rifle, a selection of ammo and get plinking. I think you’re going to love this one!

 

 

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