The diff in BC between 100 grainers in 6 mm versus 6.5 mm isn't going to matter even a teeny bit to the deer or to rifle/bullet performance inside 400 yards. Talk of "ballistic edge" of one over the other is hardly worth the effort. And for what it's worth, I'd much rather have the 6.5 caliber 100 grainer. That's just me, and is how I feel about the two calibers. I can't help but think that folks see that normal chat about the 260 includes 140 grain bullets, and that makes a 100 grainer by comparison sound tiny.
In my one year of use of that bullet on deer, coyote, and pigs, it has worked just fine - as long as I do my part.
Last edited by 603Country; March 3, 2013 at 09:11 PM.