500 Rounds of 6.5 Creedmoor Ammo by Magtech - 140gr FMJBT

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 500 rounds per case; 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Magtech
Projectiles - 140 grain full metal jacket boat tail (FMJBT)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass


This 6.5 Creedmoor cartridge will let you put a hole through most anything you could see through a telescopic sight. Its 140 grain projectile features a boat tail base, which enables it to slip through the air like a greased up greyhound. With its 0.501 ballistic coefficient out of a 24” barrel, this round’s bullet only needs to arc about six inches when you’re zeroed in at 300 yards. Zero in at 1,000 and that elevation turns into 136” -- a little harder to pull off, sure, but Magtech’s fair prices won’t have you cursing after every time you’ve missed your target.

The company that would become Magtech was founded by two Italian brothers in Brazil all the way back in 1926. They’ve since become one of the biggest ammo makers on the face of God’s beautiful blue and green planet, and the one countless American shooters turn to to make their precious time at the range count for something. Order this case of ammo and you’ll find each of the 500 rounds within possesses a highly consistent casing, propellant, and non-corrosive primer.

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Posted On: 5/20/2020 By: David B

A: Hi David! Magtech included this round's G7 ballistic coefficient on the box. It is a better measure of a bullet's aerodynamic drag model when it has a boat tail, like this round's bullet has. We calculated the bullet's G1 ballistic coefficient, which is a more relevant measurement for a flat based bullet. But thanks to your keen eye, we have updated the description. Thank you!

Posted On: 4/14/2020 By: brandon

A: No sir, Magtech's FMJs are nonmagnetic.

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