Remington High Performance Rifle 6.5mm Grendel 120 Grain Boat-Tail Hollow Point 500 rounds
|Number of Rounds:||500|
|Bullet Type:||Boat-Tail Hollow Point (BTHP)|
|Bullet Weight:||120 grain|
|Cartridge Case Material:||Brass|
|Muzzle Velocity:||2590 ft/s|
|Muzzle Energy:||1788 ft-lbs|
|G1 Ballistic Coefficient:||0.46|
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The Remington High Performance Rifle 6.5mm Grendel 120Grain is an intermediate cartridge jointly designed by British-American armourer Bill Alexander, competitive shooter Arne Brennan (of Houston, Texas) and Lapua ballistician Janne Pohjoispää, as a low-recoil, high-precision rifle cartridge specifically for the AR-15 platform at medium/long range (200–800 yard). It is an improved variation of the 6.5mm PPC. The 6.5mm Grendel cartridge was first unveiled in May 2003 at the Blackwater Training Facility in North Carolina, where it remained supersonic at 1,200 yd (1,100 m) range and out-shot the 7.62mm NATO with only half the recoil. Since its introduction, it has proven to be a versatile cartridge and is now expanding out into other firearm design platforms including bolt-action rifles and the Kalashnikov system. The name “Grendel” is inspired by the mythical monster antagonist from the Old English epic poem Beowulf. It was a trademark owned by Alexander Arms (Bill Alexander’s company in Radford, Virginia) and manufactured at Radford Arsenal, until legally released in 2010 for SAAMI standardization with collaboration from Hornady.
The goal of the 6.5mm Grendel design was to create an effective STANAG magazine-length cartridge for the AR-15 platform that could reach 200–800 yd (180–730 m) and surpass the performance of the native 5.56mm NATO/.223 Remington cartridge. Constrained by the dimension of the STANAG magazines, the Grendel’s designers decided to use a shorter, larger-diameter case for higher powder volume while allowing space for the long, streamlined, high-BC 6.7 mm (0.264 in) bullets. Firing factory-loaded ammunition with bullets ranging from 90 to 129 grains (5.8 to 8.4 g), its muzzle velocity varies from 2,500 ft/s (760 m/s) with 129- and 130-grain (8.4 g) bullets to 2,900 ft/s (880 m/s) with 90 gr (5.8 g) bullets (similar in velocity to a 77-grain (5.0 g) 5.56 mm round). Depending on their case material and bullet weight, 6.5mm Grendel cartridges weigh 14.7 to 17.8 grams (227 to 275 gr).
- Brand: Remington
- Caliber: 6.5mm Grendel
- Bullet Weight: 120 grain
- Bullet Type: Boat Tail Hollow Point (BTHP)
- Cartridge Material: Brass
- Number of Rounds: 500 rounds
- Package Type: Box
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