20 Rounds of 6.5mm Creedmoor Ammo by Sellier & Bellot - 140gr SP

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Ammo Quantity - 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Sellier & Bellot
Projectiles - 140 grain soft point
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Muzzle Velocity - 2,657 fps
Muzzle Energy - 2,201 ft lbs


This an excellent 6.5mm Creedmoor load for clearing feral hogs out of wide open spaces as well as for stalking deer in lush forests. Each round is assembled using a reloadable brass casing with carefully measured dimensions and a clear flash channel. The case houses clean-burning powder which is ignited by a non-corrosive Boxer primer; lack of mercury or other caustic materials helps to protect your rifle's components as it is passed down to each generation of your family. S&B (Sellier & Bellot) finishes each cartridge with a soft point projectile which has a strong copper jacket and a naked lead nose.

At 140 grains, this bullet matches heavier options in the caliber for pronounced potential energy at longer distances, a trait desired by precision hunters. When the bullet enters a game target, it will experience a controlled rate of expansion that allows it to penetrate past thick layers of bone and fat before passing on its energy to the heart and lung area; this gives the round a greater chance of yielding a one-shot drop while reducing the chance for lethal exit penetration to occur. S&B is a Czech outfit that is owned under the CBC parent group. Nearly two centuries of experience combined with cross-talk from their sister companies allows S&B to manufacture ammo that is both functional and highly affordable.

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Posted On: 2/28/2022 By: Gman

A: No sir, I'm afraid its bullet's solid lead core makes it illegal for hunting in California.

Posted On: 1/26/2022 By: Robert Beard

A: Thanks for reaching out Robert! It has got a boat tail, albeit a slighter one than usual. You can see the manufacturer's own illustration of this round's bullet here:


Posted On: 6/25/2021 By: Kyle Arndt

A: Thanks for reaching out Kyle! I should have included that – it's 2,657 fps.

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