The .260 Remington is a great round. Don’t think so? We’ll get to that later…
Check out the 6.5 Creedmore. The Rifle Shooter’s Darling Cartridge. It leaps tall buildings. It is Sub-MOA to a Grand. It’s made of accuracy. It’s everyone’s favorite round. Right?
Well, how come the 6.5 Creedmore is so popular when the .260 Remington isn’t? Ballistic-wise, they are almost identical with the .260 actually having a slight performance edge. Accuracy? Sixes really. But 6.5 Creedmore is the one people are looking for.
The difference is Marketing. Remington doesn’t know how to do it. They had something good YEARS before the Creedmore came out and Remington let it flop. Basically overall performance is like a .25 WSSM, before that round came and went. It’s one people are always asking for too… yet there is the .260, sitting there, ignored. Even by Remington! It makes no sense. They should be all over the .260. But they just don’t get it.