LocaCarnivore Expert: The Creedmoor Brothers vs. the World [Virtual Test]

Creedmoor! Creedmoor! Creedmoor!

If you follow hunting guns and ammunition, you’d think the world had just scrapped every cartridge which doesn’t have the name “Creedmoor.” The gun magazines can write about little else, and the internet is awash with tedious, ill-mannered fan boys who proclaim the new rounds can slay an elephant at 1000 yards without even leaving the rifle.

There's a New Kid in Town

It took a few years after its 2007 introduction to gain traction in the marketplace, but now 6.5 Creedmoor ammunition sales run equal to the .300 WSM or .375 H&H. Will this tidal wave ebb, or will it, and the 6 Creedmoor, wash cartridges hunters have relied on for a century or more from the landscape?
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