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HORNADY SUPERFORMANCE-6.5-CREEDMOOR 129 500 Rds

(18 customer reviews)

$300.00

Caliber: 6.5mm Creedmoor
Number of Rounds: 500
Bullet Type: SST
Bullet Weight: 129 grain
Primer Location: Centerfire

HORNADY SUPERFORMANCE 6.5CREEDMOOR 129

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HORNADY SUPERFORMANCE 6.5CREEDMOOR. Superformance® uses progressive propellants that take your favorite V-MAX,® NTX,® SST,® GMX,® and InterLock,® bullets to levels of performance that are simply unattainable with conventional ammunition.Increase your rifle’s performance up to 200 fps without extra chamber pressure, recoil, muzzle blast, temperature sensitivity, fouling, or loss of accuracy. ammunition is loaded with Hornady® V-MAX,® NTX,® SST,® GMX,® and InterLock,® bullets for the ultimate in performance, no matter what the game, Superformance® Propellants are the heart of Superformance® ammunition and usher in a new era of performance. Increase your rifle’s performance up to 200 fps without extra chamber pressure, recoil, muzzle blast, temperature sensitivity, fouling, or loss of accuracy. Superformance uses progressive propellants that take your favorite V-MAX, NTX, SST, GMX, and InterLock, bullets to levels of performance that are simply unattainable with conventional ammunition.
Like all Hornady® ammunition, our Superformance® rounds use the highest quality cases and primers available. Consistent components translate to consistent shooting in the field. Order HORNADY SUPERFORMANCE 6.5CREEDMOOR USA.
IT IS FAST: 100 to 200 fps faster than conventional ammunition.
IT IS ACCURATE: Uncompromising accuracy without increased felt recoil.
IT IS CONSISTENT: Unfailing performance across a broad range of temperatures.
IT IS VERSATILE: This new breed of ammunition is available in 17 Hornet to 444 Marlin, and is safe for use in all firearm types, including semi-autos, lever guns and pump actions

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Caliber: 6.5mm Creedmoor
Number of Rounds: 500
Bullet Type: SST
Bullet Weight: 129 grain
Primer Location: Centerfire

18 reviews for HORNADY SUPERFORMANCE-6.5-CREEDMOOR 129 500 Rds

  1. caiowsc

    Average velocity was greater than that posted on box and accuracy was dial in perfect with my Ruger Precision rifle.

  2. bodgey

    Excellent accuracy for an off the shelf cartridge. Have not found any factory ammo that’s better or equal.

  3. bodgey

    The most accurate factory ammo that I’ve ever shot in over 50 years of hunting and competition. All shots touching or going through same hole.

  4. caiowsc

    The shot was an Antelope at 300 yards, and then dropped him into the ground. A poor shot angle meant that the bullet travelled the upper ham/loin region and then landed within the vitals. A precise load for target as well. It works great in my DPMS using the Accuracy International barrel. We will use it again.

  5. bodgey

    Finding consistent 1.5″ ( or less) groups at 300 yds. with my Ruger RPR. with a 24″ barrel. Shooting with a bipod on an elevated bench. Chrono shows 2880 fps @ 5ft. from the muzzle. Vortex Viper 6-24×50 scope. This is a brand new scope that has only 60 rounds therefore not quite at its peak at the moment.

  6. bodgey

    I’m shooting my first 6.5 caliber and I was enthralled by the Creedmoor. I’ve been reloading for more than 50 years and have never shot commercial ammunition as precise. My groups are all under 1 inch using a production Ruger Predator rifle. With the ammo issues coming up in California I’ll be buying that Hornady load.

  7. bodgey

    This ammo is very fast for 6.5 CM after comparing to other factory offerings and is perfect in my AERO Precision 22″ upper / lower w/AP .308 bcg and can paste 1″ groups regularly at 300yds 3/4″ on a good day there is a little more whip to it than the Whitetail ammo which I used for cheaper sight in/break in, even those shot great 2 3/4″ groups at 300 yards which is great for me as a non professional or anything, but my first time were shooting with a 6.5 CM

  8. jdolan

    Accurate and affordable ammunition, rarely buy other, thanks Loyal Ammo Shop!.

  9. bunnybabe

    Purchased the Superformance SST ammo 129gr for hunting deer. In terms of accuracy, Superformance SST 129gr is amazing I boresighted my recently purchased Tikka CRT24″ barrel in the bore to 25 yards I took a few shots and now I am in the paper. I then moved the target up to 50 yards and fired one shot, then moved it to 100 yards. At 100 yards, after a couple of shots, I am .5 inch off the center which is close enough for hunting deer. The range was increased 200 yards, initial shot was approximately 2.5 inches lower 1 inch to the right, tweaked my scope. At 300 yards dead center, I was 3 inches lower. Excellent ammo.

  10. bunnybabe

    GREAT STUFF

  11. chrisawesome15

    I’ve been playing around with various loads and I was getting disappointing results. In a range of 200 yards, I would get 1.5-2 inches of grouping. It’s not too terrible for a semi auto however I was wanting. But with a buddy this holiday weekend, I shot the group attached and was pleasantly surprised with my gun once more. 5th round struck that same target. at 200 yards I could not be more pleased! It’s up to me to come up with a method to replicate this run as well like the original!

  12. gonfishing

    6.5 Creed accurate anyway, but this load trumps all hunting loads I’ve tried! Fast, hits hard! Only taken 2 deer with this load so far, both fell in their tracks.

  13. bunnybabe

    I’ve always enjoyed the shooting at the range of the all SST line (I own several of the 7mm-08to .308, .338) but I saw the results from this 6.5 SST first hand on an excellent buck that the brother of mine shot few weeks ago during the whitetail season in the north. It was a quartering shot between 70 and 80 yards, in subzero temperatures and the wind. The bullet was remarkably stable in light of the close distance and reports of the bullet “exploding” on impact. It is unclear what the role (if it was) the frigid temperatures played , but the bullet was found in the back shoulder, between against the hide. It appeared to have a solid 75 percent weight retention! The bloodshot meat was minimal and the buck did not exceed 20 meters. You couldn’t ask for better results from this shot, especially with regard to the shot’s location. I’ll update the post with a photo of the round once I can get it.

  14. bunnybabe

    Works Perfectly.

  15. julianchavez

    Ruger Precision 6.5 Creedmoor loves the 129 SST. I have shot 10 boxes of factory and have loaded each one several times using the 129 SST with MV of 2,980. The Night Force Bench was reloaded with a dopant at 100 yard intervals up to 1,000, and appears to be at its best at 800. The bench holds a four” group at 800 and hard rings a 12″ ballistic plate at 1,000. My range stops at 1,000 , so I am unable to speak beyond this.

  16. julianchavez

    I shoot with a Savage 10 Predator Max 1 and the ammo shoots 1/2 MOA. Performance on game has been great. Six deer and two hogs in the last two years either fell or run at a very short distance. My daughter, who is 20 years old, shot one of her spikes at 250 yards, with DRT results. I’m a frequent loader, but when you discover a shot like this, there’s no reason to.

  17. caiowsc

    I fired this through a Ruger M77 predator was able to keep a quarter inch group at 100 yards same Point of impact very consistent overall happy with round .

  18. bodgey

    Why would I attempt to improve the quality of an ammunition round for a rifle? That bullet impressed me so much I’m concerned that I’ll take the barrel of my gun before it’s time. For pigs that extend to 200 yards , the bullet is completely through the neck, leaving an extremely painful exit wound. Deer up to 300 yards, the bullet does similarly to what it does on hogs who are close to 100 yards. I did manage to shoot this 300-yard buck in the back of the shoulder because of wind and it was a good one, so I did not take for neck shots. In the past, I shot several cull and doe bucks of a big ranch situated in South Texas with this rifle and, if I recall correctly, no animal did a step, and all were shot through the neck. Buddy advised me to test the ELD-X Precision Hunter. I then was curious as to why should I attempt to fix something that’s not broken?

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