Originally Posted by KRP
Considering case capacity/bore only the 260 should win the barrel life race. I've got a 260 I use now as a long range varmint gun that I'm going to get rid of and build another 6BR, this one with a fast twist. Easy and inexpensive to load, accurate, excellent barrel life, low recoil, and it will whump coyotes/chucks/etc. a long ways out there.
I sold my 22-250 (great rifle) and 6.5-284 another (great rrifle)
My 6br has enough to get the job done not nearly a the same as the 6.5 but plenty for what I use it for. In good conditions the little br can get way out there. Great brass no neck turn easy to load and accurate as all hell. G- hogs fox and deer hate it.
Stiller diamondback right bolt left port drop port
Brougthton 1-8 27"
Mac Millan Sako varmint stock
107 SMK @ 2850