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    Ammocurious Rucker61's Avatar
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    Default New Hornady A-Tip Match Bullet

    .704 BC for 6.5 153 gr.


    • "Aluminum tip is precision machined and longer than polymer tips which moves the center of gravity and enhances inflight stability."



    https://www.hornady.com/bullets/a-tip-match#!/
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    I know a few guys that did some of the pre-production testing of the 6mm version and the reports were pretty good. However I'm not sure if it's worth the price to me for the performance, will have to test a bit and see. Biggest thing is if they are truly as consistent as advertised, then yes they probably will be worth it.

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    Interesting idea, curious as to if they are really that much better than other match bullets.

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    Pretty pricey indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XC700116 View Post
    I know a few guys that did some of the pre-production testing of the 6mm version and the reports were pretty good. However I'm not sure if it's worth the price to me for the performance, will have to test a bit and see. Biggest thing is if they are truly as consistent as advertised, then yes they probably will be worth it.
    ^I agree. If they are as perfect and consistent as claimed I'll probably try some out.
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