200 Rounds of 6.5 Creedmoor Ammo by Hornady Precision Hunter - 143gr ELD-X

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 200 rounds per case; 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Hornady
Projectiles - 143 grain ELD-X
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass


This 6.5 Creedmoor cartridge is capped with Hornady’s own 143 grain ELD-X projectile. This bullet owes its match grade accuracy to several of its features, including its boat tail design which flattens its trajectory, its concentric AMP jacket which enhances its rotational stability, and its streamlined secant ogive profile. The ELD-X further features the Heat Shield tip, which is immutable in spite of the effects of aerodynamic heating.

The ELD-X delivers devastating terminal performance at practically any range. At high velocity impact, the bullet’s InterLock ring binds its core and jacket together to promote as much as 60 percent weight retention. At low velocity impact, its Heat Shield tip initiates dramatic expansion with as great as 90 percent weight retention.

Precision Hunter propellant is formulated to burn cleanly and deliver stable performance regardless of the temperature it’s ignited in. Complement that with a sensitive primer and a new production reloadable brass casing, and you’ve got the solution you need to drop medium or large game, rain or shine.

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Posted On: 12/14/2023 By: WildBillNH

A: Hello again Bill! I just learned that Hornady loads all their 6.5 CM ammo with large rifle primers.

Posted On: 10/26/2023 By: Henry

A: Hello Henry! That depends on a few factors, but I'd estimate you can expect about six to eight reloads until you start seeing split necks and deformed primer pockets.

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