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Announcing the New CBC 6.5 Creedmoor!

Announcing the New CBC 6.5 Creedmoor!

Posted by Gun Doctor on

You've been asking for an AR-10 CBC 6.5 Creedmoor for a long time now. 

And we've listened...

Just as our AR-15 products, this new AR-10 6.5 Creedmoor will be reliable, accurate, and durable.

Better yet, we will bring them to you at an amazing price. Check outback on November 22nd to find out how to get your CBC 6.5 Creedmoor for only $999.

or email to reserve yours today!


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  • CBC be the first to chamber .260 in the AR -10 Platform the .260 will out perform the 6.5 Creedmoor .Build this rifle with a 26 " Stainless Steel Triton Barrel with a 6 grove 1:9 twist and it will out perform the 6.5 Creedmoor and all its hype ! The .260 is the way to go its AKA 6.5-O8 The .260 is the long range winner hands down. The .260 Remington (also known as 6.5-08 A-Square) cartridge was introduced by Remington in 1997. Many wildcat cartridges based on the .308 Winchester case had existed for years before Remington standardized this round. Although loaded to higher pressures, the ballistics of this cartridge are basically similar to the 6.5×55mm when bullet weights do not exceed 140 grains. When loaded with heavier bullets, the 6.5×55mm is capable of greater velocity.1 Due to its shorter overall length the .260 Remington can be chambered in a shorter length action than the 6.5×55mm.
    Because 6.5 mm (.264") bullets have relatively high ballistic coefficients, the .260 Remington has seen success in rifle competition including bench rest, metallic silhouette, and long range. It is capable of duplicating the trajectory of the .300 Winchester Magnum, while generating significantly lower recoil.2 Also, converting a rifle chambered for the .308 Winchester (or any of its offspring, such as the .243 Winchester, 7mm-08 Remington, or .338 Federal) to .260 Remington generally requires little more than a simple barrel change.

  • you sell the gun with no mag .does this take a 308 mag or where do you find a6.5 mag to fit…and what mag works well with it

    mark b on

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