20 Rounds of 6.5 Creedmoor Ammo by Federal Power-Shok - 140gr JSP

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$36.50

Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Federal
Projectiles - 140 grain jacketed soft point (JSP)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass

Details

Federal engages their production facility’s state of the art technology in a number of ways. Often they’ll do so in order to make an highly cost-effective round, but one which still evinces all the quality that it had better if it’s going to be exceptionally effective in the field. This 6.5 Creedmoor is exactly that -- one which won’t be a great burden on your wallet, but which will let you bag the next buck you encounter. (Or 20, if you use the whole box of ammo the right way.)

This cartridge features a 140 grain jacketed soft point projectile. The bullet’s jacket extends all the way to its tip, and benefits performance by promoting smooth feeding, lessening the occurrence of bore fouling, preventing barrel deformation, and facilitating reliable penetration. That its soft lead core is exposed at the bullet’s flat meplat means that it will widen substantially during penetration, providing the terminal performance necessary to stop even the most rugged buck dead in its tracks.
This round’s brass casing is ideal for handloading, and its sensitive primer and consistent propellant charge won’t leave behind a great many residues which could harm your weapon’s action.

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Posted On: 8/3/2021 By: Richard Tucker

A: Thanks for reaching out Richard! A lot of folks would say the ELD-X is the finest long-distance hunting bullet on the market, and I do count myself among them. Its accuracy and its reliable terminal expansion following a broad range of impact velocities is pretty much bar none. That said, the classic soft point bullet design hasn't endured for so many decades because it is ineffective. If you can drop a beast with an ELD-X, then I reckon Federal's Power-Shok SP is up to the task as well. You may notice slightly poorer accuracy, narrower terminal expansion, and core/jacket separation at closer ranges that the ELD-X might have avoided, but I would not call this more affordable ammo so inferior to Hornady's best that it's not worth bothering with.

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