Remington Adds 6 mm Creedmoor to Premier Match Ammunition

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posted on October 19, 2018
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Options for precision match ammunition continue to grow, as Remington has added 6 mm Creedmoor to its Premier Match Ammunition line.

Using only match-grade bullets, Premier Match ammunition employs special loading practices ensuring world-class performance and accuracy with every shot.

The 112-gr. Open Tip Match BT in this new 6 mm Creedmoor load is the venerable Barnes Match Burner Open Tip Match BT. The projectile has an astonishing .624 G1 ballistic coefficient for the flattest trajectory and excellent wind-bucking capabilities. Other offerings within the Premier Match line include .223 Remi., 6.5 Creedmoor, .300 AAC BLK, .308 Win., 300 Win. Mag. and 6.8 mm Rem. SPC.

For more, visit Remington.com.

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