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Thinking about a 6.5 Creedmore


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#1 cgeminski

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Posted March 22 2019 - 08:02 PM

I am looking into a 6.5 Creedmore rifle.  Must be wood, but will use for hunting.  Not looking at high end custom guns, just a good 1 MOA shooter.  Would love to see pics of yours, the model you have and your experience with the caliber for hunting.  Thanks!



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#2 sfm721

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Posted March 14 2020 - 10:12 PM

I am looking into a 6.5 Creedmore rifle. Must be wood, but will use for hunting. Not looking at high end custom guns, just a good 1 MOA shooter. Would love to see pics of yours, the model you have and your experience with the caliber for hunting. Thanks!

I can understand wanting a wood frame. Lack of flex, and personal choice, I’m sure. I have a Ruger American Predator, 6.5 CM. Came with the green synthetic stock, which shot MOA. I dropped the action into a MDT LSS Gen 2 chassis, because I wanted the most I could get out of it for as far as it would shoot. And it did not let me down. Sub half MOA now at 200yds.
My point is. I knew it was a moa shooter from my first day out and if I were a hunter, I’d have left it at that, because it was good enough. So, you’re hunting at less than 300 yds, I’d recommend taking a look.
-affordable
-adjustable trigger
-accurate
-lightweight.


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#3 NRATC53

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Posted March 15 2020 - 11:42 AM

Funny how the 6.5- .284 win was around for so long....and now....


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