6.5 Creedmoor – Trying for higher velocities with Hornady 147 gr ELD-M with Alliant Reloder 26

In this video we push our velocities higher with 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.

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For the non reloader, the easiest way to get more velocity, is to go with a Weatherby 6.5 / 300.

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I’ve been considering getting QuickLOAD for a long time; I need to go ahead a pick it up.


It does not use just pressure it is the heat content that erodes the barrel using RL26. The heat content allows the pressure not only to go up high but stay there longer allowing more energy under the curve to be transmitted to the bullet. Think it makes a fantastic hunting powder.