20rds – 6.5 Creedmoor Aguila 140gr. FMJBT Ammo

$28.50
$1.43/ppr
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20rds – 6.5 Creedmoor Aguila 140gr. FMJBT Ammo Details

This 6.5 Creedmoor ammo will turn any rifle range into a sharpshooter’s playground! It’s loaded by Aguila – aka the Mexican armed forces’ primary small arms ammunition supplier – and it’s all your semi-auto or bolt-action needs to do its thing.



This cartridge’s bullet weighs 140 grains and sprints out of the muzzle at a velocity of 2,600 fps. Its voidless lead core, concentric copper jacket, streamlined profile and boat tail keep the FMJBT balanced and ballistically efficient as it exhibits a flat and accurate trajectory. Its 0.256 G7 ballistic coefficient means the FMJBT oughtn’t lose its supersonic muzzle velocity until it crosses the 570 yard line.



Aguila doesn’t load magnetic bullets (with the obvious exception of their 5.56 M855 ammunition), and they haven’t touched a single corrosive primer since their foundation in 1961. This ammo’s strong brass cases represent great value if you handload, but you’ll appreciate such uniform brass even if you wind up leaving it wherever it falls.
  • Ammo Caliber
    6.5mm Creedmoor
  • Manufacturer SKU
    1E650110
  • Primer Type
  • Muzzle Velocity
    2600
  • Muzzle Energy
  • UPC Barcode
    640420012759
  • Cost Per Round
    $1.43/ppr

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    posted on by Greg

    My CZ 455 .22 is a .5 MOA rifle. Sighting in my Masterpiece Arms 6.5 Creedmoor was virtually impossible with Aguili’s 6.5 ammo. 6 inch spread at 100 yards. Even a 25 yard bore sight was a challenge. Surprisingly, I dialed up for a 8” steel plate at 400 yards and had an impact. Never tried a 2nd one though. Wanted to end a range day on a good note. SAVE YOUR MONEY, and buy something else.

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    posted on by Ba

    Sub-minute groups at 1000 out of a Ruger precision 6.5. Sub- 1/2 monute grouos at 200! Not sure what the other guys are doing, but it ain't the ammo.

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    posted on by Milton Drissler

    Horrible ammo.pulled .25in.groups with other ammo.aguila was all over the paper.not to mention out of two 20 rnd.boxes 5 were duds and one box missing 2 round.mexico can keep that garbage

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    posted on by CK2270

    This is the worst ammo I've ever tried. There is literally no way to sight a rifle in using this garbage. With a sighted rifle the spread averages somewhere between 6 - 10 inches at 100 yards. Do not buy.

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