Re: whats a good low recoil long range paper puncher
One advantage to the 6.5 is that you can shoot lighter bullets faster and still have a good bc. The advantage to the 7mm is it packs more at long range using good bullets.
This will change depending on how fast of catridge you are using. A screaming fast 6.5 using the same bc bullet as a 7mm will smoke it for trajectory but the energy may not be that much different at long range. If you are going to be shooting deer and smaller critters the 6.5 would get my vote but the 7mm is also a great choice.
I dont know who ever came up with the imaganary word of "Over Gunned"