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Anyone running 140's with 15, 16, 17, or 18" barrel's on their 6.5 Creed? If so, list the barrel length, brand of brass, the powder, and the MV with a 140 grain. Thank you!


Ernie (xphunter) "The Un-Tactical"
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I shoot 120 gr bt with H4350 don't know if that will help. planning to move to the 130 gr vld soon.
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I shoot 120 gr bt with H4350 don't know if that will help. planning to move to the 130 gr vld soon.
tom


Once you know the 130 data, I could use that too.
Thanks!
E


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I'll be sure and include you on it
 
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Once you know the 130 data, I could use that too.Thanks!


Nosler case, CCI 200 primer, IMR 4451 powder( can't post the charge due to the rules, it's over the list max but my O.A.L. is longer also) Nosler 130 gr. Accubond. Avg. velocity is 2660 f.p.s. ( Labradar) Used the same load with the Hornady 130 gr ELD Match bullets also.

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Glenn what length barrel do you have? I'm building one right now with a 15" lilja tube and trying to decide between 120's or 130's.

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Glenn what length barrel do you have? I'm building one right now with a 15" lilja tube and trying to decide between 120's or 130's.Rick


My barrel is 15" For 120 gr. Bal. Tips I use Superformance, and getting around 2800 f.p.s.

Glenn


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I am running a 14.5" kreiger and getting 2475fps with 140 grain accubonds and 2575 with the 130 grain accubonds.l
 
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Good info. I have one that will be finished very soon at Apache Machine by Steve Roe. Can't wait to get it and work up an antelope load!
 
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Mine has a 17" barrel 1-8" twist. With hornady brass, 42.5gr h4350 and fed210m primers I'm getting 2520fps with 140berger hybrids, jumping 90 thousandths.
 
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Mine has a 17" barrel 1-8" twist. With hornady brass, 42.5gr h4350 and fed210m primers I'm getting 2520fps with 140berger hybrids, jumping 90 thousandths.

It shoots really good at distance! happy


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