6.5 CM or PRC???

6.5 CM or PRC???

This is a discussion on 6.5 CM or PRC??? within the Cartridges & Calibers forums, part of the Sniping Related category; Hello guys, I think I'm set on a Bergara HMR Pro and was ready to get the ever popular 6.5 Creedmoor. Then I actually started ...

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    6.5 CM or PRC???

    Hello guys, I think I'm set on a Bergara HMR Pro and was ready to get the ever popular 6.5 Creedmoor. Then I actually started to look into the 6.5 PRC and it's sorta of what I wanted in a new rifle. Long range paper, some hunting and I wanted performance on par with my 6.5x284 in a SA. Now I up in the air.
    So my hesitation on the PRC is. 1. Still new to me still don't know all the pros and cons, so if I don't mention something significant speak up.
    2. Recoil compared to the Creedmoor. reason for that, introducing new shooter or kid to target shooting, and is it enough recoil too effect a extended shooting session of long range shooting.
    3. Barrel life
    Thanks in advance. any known links is appreciated if discussed, I must have not got the search right cause i didn't find much.

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    Get the Creedmoor.

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    Get the Creedmoor. +1
    See you at the range.

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    + 1 for Creedmoor.
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    6.5 Creedmore. My only debate was the ability to obtain ammunition during a Zombie attack. That makes the .308 attractive.

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    6.5 Creedmoor ftw. It shoots amazingly.

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    Creedmoor is significantly better - just chews the barrels a little.

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