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Old 04-06-2019, 05:14 PM   #21
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Nice Olds'. I have a Savage bolt, single shot. . . . . ....but it's really accurate. I load my own in 6.5x55 Swede caliber.
DaveTM - seems the 6.5 x 55 Swede is an often overlooked round. I always found it pretty versatile, especially hand rollin’ ammo.
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Old 04-06-2019, 05:21 PM   #22
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DaveTM - seems the 6.5 x 55 Swede is an often overlooked round. I always found it pretty versatile, especially hand rollin’ ammo.
Yup. I agree. Factory ammo is pretty anemic as the factory has to worry about the rounds going in early 1900 manufactured rifles. I have an original 1915 Swedish mauser and my loads for that are pretty mild. OTOH.....I would not want to be 400 yards down range being shot at with my 1915 mauser. That rifle is incredibly accurate for being over 100 years old!!!

Modern powders loaded to proper pressures will push the 140gr. 6.5 bullet a tad over 2,900-fps.....but only in modern action rifles.
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Old 04-06-2019, 07:19 PM   #23
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Dave, I love the Mauser action. I have two sporterized Mausers. One is chambered in 35 Whelen and the other is 6.5x55. For the 35 Whelen I bought a short chambered Adams and Bennet barrel from Midway and finished the chamber myself on the lathe. I sent it out to Alhmans to have it coated and have them install a muzzle brake. I had someone do a tactical bolt handle on it too. The 6.5x55 has a barrel from Brownells. Both my Mausers are upstate, but I'll look for some pics.
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Old 04-06-2019, 07:35 PM   #24
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Okay, I found some pics. The top one is the 35 Whelen and the other one is the 6.5x55.



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Old 08-07-2019, 07:05 PM   #25
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Old 08-09-2019, 11:03 PM   #26
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7mm mag Remington sendero nightforce Shv 5x20x56 illuminated MOA .
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6.8 wylde with a Nightforce 5.5*22*56 scope

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12.5" 6.8 wylde with a surefire socom suppressor
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Old 05-15-2020, 01:23 PM   #28
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6.8 wylde with a Nightforce 5.5*22*56 scope

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12.5" 6.8 wylde with a surefire socom suppressor
Well.....all I can say is if she grill's half as good as she looks......you're a lucky man!!

Oh....Yeah......very nice firearm with the suppressor!!
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Old 05-15-2020, 06:29 PM   #29
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Is a 6.8 wylde the same as a 6.8 SPC II? Just tighter tolerances from the 6.8 SPC?
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Is a 6.8 wylde the same as a 6.8 SPC II? Just tighter tolerances from the 6.8 SPC?
Heres a quick explanation I found on another site:

ALL 6.8 ammo is the same size. All 6.8 chambers are the same size. All factory ammo will fit in a 6.8SPC, SPCII or ARP chamber. The only difference in the chambers is the length of the freebore. The length of the freebore can determine how accurate the barrels are. The 1:11.25 twist rate will accurately shoot any bullet from 80-120gr and most 130s. Solid copper bullets like the Barnes and Cavity Back work better in the 3R 1:10 barrels which will accurately shoot anything from 80-150gr.

NOT 1 company loads factory 6.8 SPCII ammo. Since none of the companies will load factory ammo to the higher velocity I have done what I could to increase the velocity with the barrel and chamber design. The 5R and 3R 6.8 barrels sold here normally produce 60-100fps more than the common 11 twist 4 groove barrels when the same factory ammo is used in both types of barrels.

The original 6.8 SPC chamber is comparable to the 223 chamber. The ARP chamber is comparable to the 223 Wylde chamber. The 6.8 SPCII chamber is comparable to the 5.56 Nato chamber.
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