BERGER 6.5(.264)144g HPBT BULLET (LR-HYB TGT) 500/b

BERGER 6.5(.264)144g HPBT BULLET (LR-HYB TGT) 500/b
BERGER 6.5(.264)144g HPBT BULLET (LR-HYB TGT) 500/b
BERGER 6.5(.264)144g HPBT BULLET (LR-HYB TGT) 500/b
Item #:BG26785
Price:$251.99
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MPN:26785
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Product Information

500 count Box

The new 6.5mm 144 Grain Long Range Hybrid Target is the latest projectile offering in our highly anticipated Long Range Hybrid Target (LRHT) product line. The 6.5mm 144 Grain LRHT boasts a high BC, jump-tolerant hybrid ogive profile that is Doppler Radar verified with less than 1% BC variation. A high Ballistic Coefficient is important for competitive shooting, but shot-to-shot consistency is the most critical aspect when engaging targets out to 1,000 yards and beyond.

This is not loaded ammunition.

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Technical Notes

  • Caliber: 6.5 mm
  • Bullet Weight: 144 Grain
  • Product Line: Long Range Hybrid Target
  • G1 BC: 0.655
  • G7 BC: 0.336
  • G7 Form Factor: 0.879
  • Minimum Twist (or faster):  1:8"
  • Ogive Style: LR Hybrid
  • Base Style: Boat Tail
  • Jacket: J4 Target Jacket
  • Sectional Density: 0.295
  • Bullet Dia.: 0.264
  • OAL: 1.413
  • Base to Ogive: 0.724
  • Nose Length: 0.742
  • Bearing Surface: 0.469
  • Boat Tail Length: 0.188

Read 1 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars

Hard to beat

By Chris P. on Oct 22, 2020
While I haven't got to shoot any of the bullets from this most recent batch but I have no doubt that they will be any different than the last batch.

I say that because as someone who works as a machinist / welder / fabricator, I have access to our metrology lab and equipment and like I've found in the past, the consistency of Berger bullets (even lot to lot) is top notch and my findings both in the lab and on the range back up Berger's claims of BC consistency.

Dont get me wrong, there are other brands on the market that are pretty damn consistent too but I've found the Berger's to edge them out by a small bit. Enough that I have a higher percentage of hits at ranges beyond 1km.
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