Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Blkhrt13, Sep 23, 2022.
I was afraid of that. I don’t understand why the other calibers are still out there? Is 6.5 creedmore really that popular?
I recently emailed Ruger about another product and was told that all items listed on the website are still in production. I bet these are just popular and hard to find.
I hope you are able to locate one.
Discounting 5.56 brass, the amount of 6.5 CR brass I pick up at the range outnumbers ALL the other chamberings put together. There is still quite a bit of .308 brass but the 6.5 CR outnumbers it probably 3-1 at my range, with 5.56 being by far the most fired. I have so much 6.5 CR brass now I don't even pick it up unless it looks shiny and pristine. Your mileage may vary.
they've been hard to find for last 2-3 years. some on gunbroker sold for over $1000. saw one in my rural king a couple months ago, and was surprised that it was there for a couple weeks. there are a few on GB
I assume that that ammo is .311, then the Rugers must be also. Am I correct?
Ooooh, I've been wanting one of those too. I don't have the cash to spend right now of course though.
Send some my way! I can't find any brass locally
I have not slugged my barrels, but my understanding is that Ruger went with .311 barrels. I have also had good luck with Wolf, but GT works best in both.
They are great rifles.
ETA: I like this guy's reviews. They are pretty straight forward and not sugar coated.
A low mounted cabelas house brand 3x9x40 and its off to the races.
No problems with it from 10-400 yds.
Other than some really random fliers from some really cruddy chi-com surplus that smells like cat pee when fired.
I just wish the FP was just a hairs touch longer. It takes a second hit to ignite a few really hard primed primers.
She's also a beautiful suppressor host.
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