HSM Introduces Low-Recoil Rounds in 6.5 Creedmoor

by
posted on December 24, 2019
hsm-low-recoil.jpg
HSM Ammunition has engineered a low-recoiling variant of 6.5 Creedmoor, with full, 140-grain hunting bullets. To achieve a felt recoil they claim is 47-percent lighter than standard rounds, HSM partnered with Sierra Bullets to develop this proprietary bullet, with a distinctive HSM-orange ballistic tip. Utilizing a "secret" blend of temperature-tolerant powders, HSM measures the round's muzzle velocity at 2340 fps and its muzzle energy at 1,695 ft.-lbs., with a ballistic coefficient of .546. For more information on 6.5 Creedmoor Low Recoil, or any of the other chambering HSM has to offer (including a whole range of other calibers in their Low Recoil line), please visit hsmammunition.com.

Latest

SX4 Lefthand Waterfowl MAIN
SX4 Lefthand Waterfowl MAIN

#SundayGunday: Winchester SX4 Left Hand Waterfowl Hunter

Get a closer look at the Winchester SX4 Left Hand Waterfowl Hunter, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.

Recipe: Venison Top Sirloin and Chimichurri Sauce

A recent trip to Hawaii inspired contributor Brad Fenson to create a chimichurri sauce variation, where cilantro, cumin and lime juice produce a new twist on the traditional blend.

DIY Skull Cleaning on the Road

Awareness of chronic wasting disease has spread across the country and today includes regulations regarding the transport of ungulate skulls taken by traveling hunters. Follow these suggestions to clean your skulls while on the road to avoid running afoul of any game laws.

Apex Ammunition Introduces Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Habitat Waterfowl Blend

Apex Ammunition, makers of ultra-high-density Tungsten Super Shot (TSS) shotshells, has introduced a limited-edition, Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Habitat Waterfowl Blend.

Field Tested: Browning Trail Cameras

Contributor Frank Melloni tests out two trail cameras from Browning, with both scouting and property security in mind.

Hardware: Savage 110 PCS

The new 110 PCS bolt-action pistol is built around the 110’s factory blueprinted action, which is secured in a one-piece aluminum chassis from MDT and includes an AICS-style detachable box magazine. It makes for the perfect all-terrain firearm, and would be particularly useful when hunting from a tight ground blind.

Interests



Get the best of American Hunter delivered to your inbox.