The End Of An Era: Hornady 6.5 Grendel Brass Discontinued
The 6.5 Grendel is a popular caliber for rifle shooters around the world. Recently, the manufacturer Hornady has discontinued their production of 6.5 Grendel brass, leaving many shooters wondering what to do. In this blog post, we'll be discussing what you need to know about this discontinued brass and what alternatives you can use. We'll break down the differences between the various brands of brass and explain why the Hornady brass was so sought after. We'll also provide tips on how to make the most of the available brass and ensure that you have a reliable rifle for your next shooting session.
6.5 Grendel Brass for 6ARC
"The End of an Era: Hornady 6.5 Grendel Brass Discontinued"
The 6.5 Grendel has become a popular choice for long-range shooting due to its superior accuracy and lower recoil. However, Hornady recently announced that they have discontinued the production of their 6.5 Grendel brass, leaving many shooters and reloaders in a tough spot. This blog post will discuss what you need to know about the discontinuation of Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass and the implications it has on the shooting community. We’ll also provide alternative brass options and reloading tips for those who are affected by the discontinuation.
6.5 Grendel 123gr BTHP, LeverEvolution
"Where to Find Alternatives to the Discontinued Hornady 6.5 Grendel Brass"
The Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass is one of the most popular and sought after brass on the market today. Unfortunately, Hornady recently discontinued the production of this highly sought after brass. If you are a fan of the Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass, then you are probably wondering what to do now that it is no longer available. In this blog post, we will discuss what you need to know about the Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass, and what options are available for those who are looking for a suitable replacement. We will also discuss the potential benefits of using other brass options and how to find the right brass for your needs.
Resizing 7.62x39 brass into 6.5 Grendel
"The Pros and Cons of Hornady 6.5 Grendel Brass Before It Was Discontinued"
With the recent discontinuation of Hornady's 6.5 Grendel brass, there has been much confusion surrounding the implications of this move. Many shooters and reloaders have been left wondering what this means for their current and future reloading needs. In this blog post, we will discuss the impact of this discontinuation and what it means for you. We will look at the availability of alternative brass and what you need to know to ensure you have enough brass for your reloading needs. We will also discuss the importance of ensuring that your reloads are safe and consistent. By the end of this post, you should have a clearer understanding of the situation and be better informed on how to handle it.
atgreloading.com presents Cartridge Conversion - 7.62x39 to make 6.5 Grendel Brass
"Finding a Replacement for the Discontinued Hornady 6.5 Grendel Brass"
The 6.5 Grendel has become an increasingly popular rifle cartridge for hunters and target shooters alike. Unfortunately, Hornady recently announced that it had discontinued production of 6.5 Grendel brass. This has left many shooters wondering what to do next. In this blog post, we will discuss what you need to know about the discontinued Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass and what alternatives are available. We'll look at the pros and cons of each option so you can make an informed decision on which one is best for you. So, let's get started.
Forming 6.5 Grendel Brass to 6mm ARC
"The Benefits of 6.5 Grendel Brass Before It Was Discontinued by Hornady"
The Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass is a popular choice among shooters, especially those who are looking for a great combination of accuracy, power, and affordability. However, Hornady has recently announced that they are discontinuing production of the 6.5 Grendel brass. In this blog post, we will discuss what this means for shooters and what they can do to ensure continued access to this popular cartridge. We will also discuss the potential implications of the discontinuation on the future of 6.5 Grendel brass and ammunition. Finally, we will offer some alternative options for those looking for a replacement for the 6.5 Grendel brass.
6.5 Grendel Brass Prep, Reloading Part 1
"What to Expect When Shopping for Alternatives to the Discontinued Hornady 6.5 Grendel Brass"
The 6.5 Grendel caliber is one of the most popular and most used cartridges in the shooting world. Hornady has been producing brass for this caliber for years, but recently decided to discontinue it. This blog post will provide an overview of the 6.5 Grendel and explain the impact of Hornady’s decision. We will discuss what you need to know and provide some tips for finding alternative brass options. So, if you are a shooter looking for information on the 6.5 Grendel and the discontinued Hornady brass, then this post is for you.
"Understanding the Discontinuation of Hornady 6.5 Grendel Brass"
The Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass has been a popular choice among reloaders for some time now. However, the company recently announced that they are discontinuing the production of the brass. This news has left many reloaders in a panic, as they scramble to figure out what they need to do. In this blog post, we will discuss the implications of the discontinuation of the Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass, what options are available to reloaders, and what the future of reloading may look like. We will also provide some tips for reloaders on how to make the most of the remaining brass. By the end of this post, you will have a better understanding of the situation and be better equipped to make decisions about your reloading needs.##xxx9##
"Reviewing the Best Alternatives to the Discontinued Hornady 6.5 Grendel Brass"
Discontinued Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass is an ammunition component that many shooters are familiar with. With the recent discontinuation of this brass, it is important to be aware of the implications and alternatives available. This blog post will explain what the Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass is and why it has been discontinued, as well as provide insight into the other brass options out there. We'll also discuss what you should consider when looking for a replacement for your Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass. So if you're looking for more information on this topic, read on.##xxx10##
"Comparing the Quality of Discontinued Hornady 6.5 Grendel Brass to Alternatives"
The 6.5 Grendel has become a popular round for shooters and hunters alike, thanks to its balance of power and accuracy. However, Hornady has recently discontinued their 6.5 Grendel brass, leaving many shooters wondering what to do. In this blog post we will provide all the information you need to know about the discontinued Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass. We will discuss the reasons behind the discontinuation, alternative options, and the benefits of using 6.5 Grendel brass. We'll also provide some tips on how to make sure you're still getting the best performance out of your 6.5 Grendel. So, if you're looking for information on the discontinued Hornady 6.5 Grendel brass, you've come to the right place.##xxx11##
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Load the brass w/ about 30 gr of Varget and go from there, or about 29 gr of AR Comp, or 8208 XBR. ARC n a 6BR are so close. Do a close up of the chamber and the ammo feeding into the chamber. I’m very interested in buying 1 of these. Wonder how fire forming AK Brass would also work for this. I make Grendel brass from AK and its not hard..
Another awesome video. Thanks sir! Was you using Hornady bolt data or gas data? Also as stated MDT makes a metal aics mag
What do you think is the cheapest cartridge to shoot that has similar range as the 6 ARC or 6.5 Grendel etc.? I don’t currently reload but want to get into it. There’s a lot of 30 cal ammo and bullets just not sure what is the easiest to come by and least expensive. Thanks nice videos.
I got a set of 6mm ARC Go/No Go gauges from Brownell’s. The brand is Clymer and that was all I could find *anywhere.* I bought them when I thought I was going to have to switch the recoil lug on the Savage (that I still don’t have yet). It was Black Friday, I got 13% off my order so they were essentially free. I put the Go Gauge in the Grendel Wilson case gauge and measured the distance to the “head” of the Go Gauge. It was 0.027″ to the top step and 0.022″ to the bottom step. The No Go gauge measured 0.021″ to the top step and 0.016″ to the bottom step. Having set the shoulder on the resized to 6mm ARC 6.5 Grendel case to 0.024″ from the top step, I _think_ it was good!
Would the action fit MDT’s ESS chassis?