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#3126040 - 01/24/18 10:56 PM Re: 6x45 Load data [Re: pcammo]
BBQ365 Offline
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Registered: 01/04/18
Posts: 5
Loc: SW Mo
Can no one tell me if the charge weights listed are lowest or max?

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#3126042 - 01/24/18 11:09 PM Re: 6x45 Load data [Re: BBQ365]
GLShooter Offline
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Registered: 01/09/05
Posts: 4923
Loc: AZ
Originally Posted By: BBQ365
Can no one tell me if the charge weights listed are lowest or max?


If you mean the Compilation they are all over the map. Many are from loading manuals. A smart man would compare it with current publications to get an idea of what you are dealing with. Crossreference anything and everything you see on the net.

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#3130087 - 02/07/18 12:29 PM Re: 6x45 Load data [Re: pcammo]
Uncle Jimbo Offline
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Registered: 12/04/11
Posts: 317
Loc: ND
I did some load work up for my 6x45 and thought I would share it here since this thread has been so helpful and comprehensive in the data contained.

Here is the load I settled on.

6x45 AR 20” Olympic Arms 1:10 bbl suppressed

Brass: LC (mixed years)
Primer: CCI 400
Powder: H335 (27.3 grain)
Bullets: 70 grain Sierra BlitzKing
COL: 2.260”
Velocity: 2975 fps (avg of 5 shots measured with Magnetospeed V3)
Accuracy is acceptable for my uses and is under 1 MOA at 100.

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#3147710 - 05/07/18 06:02 PM Re: 6x45 Load data [Re: pcammo]
forty five Offline
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Registered: 09/18/15
Posts: 2
Loc: MI
I got my 6x45 shooting Sierra 70 grain match kings half inch at 100 yards using ramshot tac in a 12.5 inch AR.
My velocity is 2735 average with 10fps ES.
Is this a good load for varmints.

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#3168910 - 10/27/18 06:54 AM Re: 6x45 Load data [Re: forty five]
jasonprox700 Offline
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Registered: 11/07/06
Posts: 680
Loc: West Central Wisconsin
Originally Posted By: forty five
I got my 6x45 shooting Sierra 70 grain match kings half inch at 100 yards using ramshot tac in a 12.5 inch AR.
My velocity is 2735 average with 10fps ES.
Is this a good load for varmints.


Yes. I took a coyote this spring with pretty much the exact same set-up. 12" X-Caliber barrel with the 70gr SMK's, but with different powder (I don't have my notes in front of me). Very accurate and handy set-up.

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#3180904 - 12/28/18 06:53 AM Re: 6x45 Load data [Re: pcammo]
Rhett Steele Offline
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Registered: 02/20/15
Posts: 412
Loc: Southern Indiana
So far with my load development venture for my 6x45 I've tried 70gr TNT, 75 sierra hp, 80 sierra btsp and 87 horn bthp. Best groups are with the 70 tnt. Is there another bullet I should try before settling on this one? I was hoping the 75 would group better but not. I have some horn 75 hp I've not tried yet. Not looking and going off memory, I think 21 grains of IMR 4198 is what grouped best.

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#3181425 - 12/30/18 08:30 AM Re: 6x45 Load data [Re: Rhett Steele]
BBQ365 Offline
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Registered: 01/04/18
Posts: 5
Loc: SW Mo
I have had tremendous luck with the Speer 75 gr HP, #1205. Mine also likes the 55 gr tipped varmageddons, but the Speer is my bullet of choice. The only thing I've shot, besides paper, is a ground hog dumb enough to pop up at the range, around the 200 yard target. Unzipped the poor guy.

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#3181430 - 12/30/18 08:59 AM Re: 6x45 Load data [Re: pcammo]
eneranch Offline
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Registered: 06/01/09
Posts: 249
Loc: Colorado Springs, CO USA
I've had good luck with the 70gr TNTs & 70gr NBTs out of my 18" AR for both Coyotes & P-dogs.I bought some 58gr V-maxes but haven't got around to working up a load.

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#3189640 - 01/30/19 01:13 PM Re: 6x45 Load data [Re: pcammo]
xringshutr Offline
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Registered: 11/04/12
Posts: 1
Loc: NE
I'm getting really nice accuracy with 85 gr Sierra FBSP. Don't have the load handy, but know I'm using both IMR 8208 and WC844 (H335). I have some 80 gr Win SP's to try, but haven't had time. I too wanted a little heavier bullet. 223 Rem will do everything needed with under 70 gr bullets. 6x45 hits way above it's weight class with 75-85 gr bullets. ; )

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#3189718 - 01/30/19 06:55 PM Re: 6x45 Load data [Re: pcammo]
jsh Offline
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Registered: 11/22/03
Posts: 186
Loc: Kansas U.S. of A
Getting ready to build on an XP action. I have a fair bunch of 70 grain TNT and 65 grain V max and some odds and ends up to 85 grain. I am thinking a 1-10" twist. Looked for a take off BR barrel and it seems they are still using a bunch of 1-14" twist.
You guys thoughts........


Edited by jsh (01/30/19 09:17 PM)

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#3196701 - 03/07/19 12:29 PM Re: 6x45 Load data [Re: pcammo]
Travis224 Offline
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Registered: 08/27/07
Posts: 528
Loc: Council Bluffs, IA
Been running a 16" krieger 6x45 and the 65 grn vmaxes. So far here are my results
H322 - 27grns netted 3100 fps average and 1 ragged hole
H4198 - 25 grns hit 3250 and roughly 3/4 group.
Primers held up for 4 firings with military brass. These are for coyote calling and I seldom recover brass.

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#3198869 - 03/23/19 02:13 AM Re: 6x45 Load data [Re: pcammo]
arlaunch Offline
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Registered: 04/09/17
Posts: 309
Loc: OR
The new Western Powders reloading manual has data for this cartridge.

I just noticed the Sierra load manual does also.



Edited by arlaunch (03/24/19 12:21 PM)
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