Re: 6.5X47 Lapua for Hunting
I know the pressures managed in 6PPC by the point blank folks SEEM to resolve alot of hopes and dreams. But a 6PPC is a small cartridge with way less area to it's chamber. Your bullets won't be light flat base, through slow twist, stubby little barrels. And you'll have more powder to consistently light with the same primers.
There are alot of things PB BR shooters do that are not at all applicable to long range shooting. Things they get away with that the world beyond their bubble -can't..
If it turns out I'm wrong, and this mighty mouse does what all the wildcats over the years couldn't,,, then I guess I'll mosey to the back of very long lines..
And you can moon-walk over to poke fun at me. I'll deserve it.
Until then, I'm eyeing the 6-47L instead(or a 6Dasher) for my next project
In 26cal, I'll probably stick with 6.5WSSM. I'm very happy with it.