The 6.5 CM hype has blessedly died down a lot. Seems there are fewer goofballs signing up on a forum just to spew a bunch stuff, and numbers, and ballistic coefficient this and that which they read on other sights that they don't even understand fully and bash the codgers that "still" shoot a .308. Fewer youtube vids where people are bouncing off the walls with enthusiasm about what a "great caliber the 6.5 Creedmoor is! It's the best caliber ever! It's better than any other caliber!". I don't think I ever really complained about it as make fun of the influx of manbun shooters all of the sudden becoming a hard core precision distance shooting expert.
Of course if you post, “what is a good bullet?” “What is reasonable velocity?” And, “where is proper placement?” You will get a thread twice as long, with twice as many opinions.Why do people have a hard time understanding that if you put a good bullet where it’s supposed to go at a reasonable velocity, you are going to have a dead animal. No magic, no smoke and mirrors, no bullshit. This goes for the fan boys and the naysayers
Sir that is correct and my answers to those are: One that will kill, the velocity needed to kill and the location where it will kill.Of course if you post, “what is a good bullet?” “What is reasonable velocity?” And, “where is proper placement?” You will get a thread twice as long, with twice as many opinions.