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Here are pictures and descriptions of my 6.5mm (.264") bullets. All of my 6.5mm bullets are currently unavailable at this time.

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130gr 6.5mm. This bullet is a wonderful choice for shooting 600-1000 yards for benchrest or hunting. It is available in 15 tangent ogive, 0.025" meplat, and 0.200" x 10 degree boat tail. Recommended twist rate is 9".

139gr 6.5mm. This bullet is a wonderful choice for shooting 600-1000 yards for benchrest or hunting. It is available in 15 tangent ogive, 0.025" meplat, and 0.200" x 10 degree boat tail. Recommended twist rate is 8.5".

Here are my 6.5mm (.264") bullets! They are built from precision jackets and 99.95% pure lead and 0.05% antimony cores, carefully put through my new carbide Detsch dies and finished with my new Hoover 6.5mm tipping die. These are really sweet looking projectiles! They have a 15 tangent ogive and 0.200"x10 degree boat tail. I close the meplat as close as I can to about 0.005", but can make the hole up to 0.060" for hunting!

Please note: I have stopped building my small 6.5mm bullets but have materials to build 6.5mm bullets in 130gr, 136gr, 139gr and 142gr 6.5mm bullets.

142gr 6.5mm. This bullet is a wonderful choice for shooting 600-1000 yards for benchrest or hunting. It is available in 15 tangent ogive, 0.025" meplat, and 0.200" x 10 degree boat tail. Recommended twist rate is 8.5".

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136gr 6.5mm. This bullet is a wonderful choice for shooting 600-1000 yards for benchrest or hunting. It is available in 15 tangent ogive, 0.025" meplat, and 0.200" x 10 degree boat tail. Recommended twist rate is 8.5".

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Here is a picture of my 130gr 6.5mm FB bullets. The process of forming this style makes a pressure ring 0.265" which quickly goes down to 0.264". I use the 1.325" jacket on 130gr on up.

Here is a picture of my 136gr 6.5mm FB bullets. The process of forming this style makes a pressure ring 0.265" which quickly goes down to 0.264". I use the 1.325" jacket on 130gr on up.

Here is a picture of my 139gr 6.5mm FB bullets. The process of forming this style makes a pressure ring 0.265" which quickly goes down to 0.264". I use the 1.325" jacket on 130gr on up.

Here is a picture of my 142gr 6.5mm FB bullets. The process of forming this style makes a pressure ring 0.265" which quickly goes down to 0.264".I use the 1.325" jacket on 130gr on up.