6.5 Creedmoor – Hornady 147 gr ELD-M with Alliant Reloder 26 load development

In this video we perform a load test with the Hornady 147 ELD-M and Alliant Reloder 26 in 6.5 Creedmoor. We use Quick load software to come up with the load data used and compare our results to what Quick load predicted. We show velocity and group data at 100 yards. None of the Load data used in today video is from a published source. We do not recommend using any of the data. For entertainment purposes only.

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countryroadscityrock
countryroadscityrock

I’ve had good results with Hodgden Superperformance on the 143 gr. ELDX 6.5 s.

2pugman
2pugman

Yesterday I ladder tested some RL 15 and A 4350. 38 grs of 4350 and 38.5 caused some flattening of the primers. At 39 grains, the primers were flat. The manual allows for more powder, but I think 38 grs is enough. The 140 gr heads were at 1.75″ @ 100 yds. I’ll pick up some RL 26 and try it out.