The love affair with the 6.5 Creedmoor has finally gone too far. Your article comparing the 6.5 Creedmoor to the .264 Win. Mag. is based on one statement—that the .264 can’t adequately stabilize more bullet than a 140-grain flat-base Spitzer. I personally fire a 140-grain Sierra boattail at 200 yards for a best group of .60 inch. If that’s not stable, I don’t know what is. The trajectory and energy for that wipes out the Creed at all distances. Stop making the Creed more than it is: a superb match cartridge. If you wanted that performance in the field, you could have used the .260 Remington 10 years earlier.
Bob Scharf Lynnwood, WA