Our guiding principle is that additional hunting ammo is always useful. So why not get a box or two of these superb Sellier & Bellot 6.5 Creedmoor hunting rounds?
The 156 grain soft-point projectile in this cartridge is the traditional kind. Here, a straightforward copper alloy jacket encircles a lead core that is left exposed at the tip. There is no ultra-high-tech, space-age heat-resistant polymer or complex clockwork mechanisms. With little any bullet rise to take into account at the first few hundred yards, this cartridge gives a highly useful trajectory. The flat nose profile of the bullet causes a broad entry wound at the end of its rainbow, which grows even wider as the bullet flattens out and rotates around inside soft tissue.
The Czech Republic is the location of Sellier & Bellot, which was established there in 1825. They adhere precisely to contemporary production standards, using freshly spun brass, non-corrosive Boxer primers, and of course clean burning smokeless propellant while loading to well controlled tolerances.