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Never heard of em... but i dont do many bench rest wild cat caliber shooting... Id say buy a box or two and check em out. There prices seem ok for that caliber and the type of bullets they load in that caliber.
 

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I've heard of them, but have never used their ammo. It certainly would be worth trying them out as BC said. At least they load some higher power 6.5x55 swede ammo...

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Try to find some factory loaded Sako brand ammo. This PPC ammo is amazingly accurate.

About ten years ago I saw someone shooting quarter minute groups with this ammo. The gun was a Sako sporter in this caliber. Not a benchrest gun, but a sporter.

During the late 80s and early 90s, Sako made a few short action L61s in 6mm PPC. The gun was a single shot piece.

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Yea... i can agree on the accuracy of the 6mm PPC caliber... i shot a bolt action pistol in that caliber once. It was handloaded ammo of a friend though. Had a 10 power scope on it.. with a 10" heavy fluted barrel with a compensator... i was gettin .25 MOA groups at 100 yards with a 10 inch barrel... i thought i was going insane. :lol:

I have also fired another one of these bolt action pistols with a 10" barrel in a 6mm Bench Rest caliber (6mm BR)... i was gettin about the same sized groups at 100 yards... about a quarter of an inch 3 shot group. Once again... i thought i was going nuts. :lol:
 
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