.264 140 Grain Spitzer / 123 Grain FMJ

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Okay factory second Midway .264 Spitzer 140 Grain bullets that Midway will not reveal the manufacturer. I spent some time on live chat and basically was told they have so many different sources they cannot tell me whose bullet it is. I was told to use load data for a 140 grain Spitzer (JSP) bullet. I do not have the $ to buy all the reloadaing load data manuals but I would like to purchase the one that has the most extensive information. Any suggestions?35243525
 

Reb Tyree

Load Data Elibible CZ75B SA
Take a look online at the different bullet manufacturers websites to try and confirm which manufacture produced the bullet. By comparing it to their brand of bullet. Each manufacturer also produces its on reloading manuel and usually has it on their website. Hope this helps some.

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Reb Tyree

Load Data Elibible CZ75B SA
I don't see why you couldn't use that bullet for your 6.5 Creedmoor. It looks like a Hornady bullet. Go online to Hornady's website and take a look at their reloading manual. you should be able to look at each bullet and get the reloading data for that bullet. Hope this helps you out.

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Reb Tyree

Load Data Elibible CZ75B SA
Ok,found my 10th edition Hornady reloading manual. For the 6.5 Creedmoor. It shows data for 95 gr Vmax bullets upto the 160 gr Interlock RN bullet. It lists data on page 321, for the 140 gr Interlock SP bullet and has a section for 120 gr - 123 gr bullets on page 319. I don't see the 123 gr FMJ listed. You can call Hornadys tech line and they should be able to answer your questions concerning the 123 gr bullet. On page 320, Section for 129 - 130 gr bullets, and lists a 129 gr Interlock SP bullet

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