visiting an old friend yesterday, and telling me about a 6mmxc that he has built for himself (he is a rfd before anybody asks) and was showing me the target group that he shot with it. 11 bullets in a 1/2" hole at 100 metres, and he said that he wasnt even trying, and that it is the most accurate calibre he has shot with, in everything ranging from .50 centrefire to .22 rimmy and various wildcats in between.
and considering he has been shooting for 49 years i am kinda inclined to believe him as he can back up what he says, and is not one of these guys who "can shoot the nuts off a fly at 2000 yards with a battered 30yr old rimfire with iron sights in a force 9 gale"
anyway i am now seriously considering making the switch from my 243 to a 6mmxc and i was just wondering if any of you fellow shooters on here had any experiance with the calibre in a hunting scenario and how easy it is to shoot/reload for.
opinions gratefully recieved, thank you.