6.5 Creedmoor Match 131 GR Chaos

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Caliber: 6.5 Creedmoor 
Bullet Weight: 131gr
Bullet Type: Controlled Chaos Open Tip Match
Average Muzzle Velocity: 2775 feet per second
Muzzle Energy: 2240 ft-lbs
Boxer primed
Non-corrosive powder

 

       Can you hear me now? Good! With Grind Hard Ammo’s long distance communication round, your effect on target will always be clear. Designed to penetrate to a specific depth and to fracture as the internal hydraulic pressure exceeds the hoop strength of the nose design.  At the time of fracture, a massive energy spike is released as the particles break away and radiate outward from the initial trajectory path.  This energy spike and resulting temporary cavity sends a shock wave through the target’s circulatory and nervous systems immediately shutting down their function. These rounds were designed by hunters for hunters. Loaded by patriots for patriots.

Available in boxes of 20. No maximum limit.

All Grind Hard Ammo is guaranteed to provide excellent performance. If it doesn’t we’ll make it right.

 


Customer Reviews

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Chad Baughman
Not good ammo

I tried out the 131gr controlled chaos 6.5CM they are all over the place with flyers just over 8 inches at 50 yards. Hornady is 1/2 in group at 50 yards out of the same rifle which is a dd5v4. Steer clear of this ammo if you are trying to be even remotely accurate!

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Keith Miller
Christmas gift

Purchased this ammo as a Christmas gift, have not fired this ammo but the 62 gr 223 ammo is absolutely fantastic.

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Steven Blewett
Expedited order in a timely manor.

Ordered 500 rounds and didn’t expect the order to be delivered so soon. Above and beyond customer service. A+

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E.M.
Mule deer killer

Was not sure at frist the muzzle velocity out of my 22 inch savage ultralight was averaging 2500 fps a bit slower then some of my other rounds but I gave it a go and my Dad dropped a mule deer at 250 yards I dropped my mule deer at 560 yards and my brother dropped his at 490 yards they all used my gun and ammo its a killer round.

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Patrick Jackowiec
First time hunting

Broke the white tail cheery on the east coast this past month (Oct). Brand new rifle, scope the works.. mounted and zeroed on my own. Literally anything and everything was stacked against me as a first time hunter and large caliber shooter. Zero'ed in few weeks prior and thought I was Carlos Hathcock back from the grave at how well I was shooting (actually phenomenal ammo). Went out and harvested two bucks back to back and both were gone before they hit the ground. For a first go around I was incredibly happy with my purchase and will continue to support GHA.