Having found a good range of 6.5x55 Ammo, it seems to be being offered in three tiers-
1) Norma Alaska 156 grain/BT 120 grain £33/20
2) Winchester Super X 140 grain £24/20
3) PPU 139 grain/156 grain £12.50/20
I know to an extent this will be dictated by what the rifle "likes", but on the whole is Norma ammo worth the premium? I am going to make a trip to this RFD and stock up, so I want to make the right choice. The ammo is going to be used for everything from long range/windy-day foxing to hillside reds and boar if I can get the variation, and everything in between. Most commonly however it will be used for lowland roe and munty stalking. I don't expect to cover all these uses in one, cartridge, although that would be great, but it does seem Nosler BTs for fox up to roe and Norma Alaska for everything bigger would be an obvious way forward if it really is worth the extra dosh.