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Since energy is proportional to mass time velocity squared your Creedmoor has 1.425 times the energy at the muzzle. Since the 130 Berger had a higher BC than the 123 Hornady that ratio becomes larger as the downrange distance increases. More important, with both the higher velocity and higher BC the 6.5 Creedmoor has significanlty less drop and wind deflection at all distances.I have a 6.5 Creedmoor in a bolt rifle and love it. If you like the LR-6.5 from DPMS, is a very capable round. On a side note, I have a 6.5 Grendel in an AR platform.
With the Creedmoor I'm getting 2880 fps with 130gr Bergers.
With Grendel, 2480 fps with 123 Hornady, A-max or SST. 18"