Federal Power-Shok 6.5x55 Swedish 140 Grain SP 20 rounds is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by batavicus from Consistent, accurate roundThe Federal Power Shok 6.5x55 Swedish consistently groups under 1" in my 1917 Swedish Mauser M94 carbine. The barrel is about 17" long. My guess is if the shooter (me) weren't 52 years old, very nearsighted, and a bit astigmatic, that the groups would even be better. In short, this low-priced round has shot as well as or better than the higher priced rounds I've tried in the M94
Date published: 2016-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by HappyShooter from Accuracy!Shot a 20-pack of these through my steyr-mannlicher full stock deer gun with aimpoint 2 moa sight. Got a nice three shot 20 mm (4/5 of an inch) group at 100 m (about 110 yards). This is a lot better than I expected from the price of these cartridges. This is now my new hunting ammo for it. At least until Federal starts selling 6.5 mm PowerShok bullets as reloading components. Very consistent results for a factory load and this sure pays off since consistency = accuracy.Hunters greetings/Waidmannsheil from Sweden!
Date published: 2013-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by STEPHEN from WONDERFUL/THANKS
Date published: 2013-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by Warnniklz from WOW AccuracyI recently picked up a 6.5x55 swedish. It's a parker hale 1100 toped with weaver bases and weaver tacical rings. In the rings sits a weaver 40/44 3.5-12x44 scope.I took it out to the range for the first time. It was a whopping 4 degrees celcius. I was dressed in a long sleeve t-shirt with jeans. So I wasn't exactly comfortable.I usually shoot another brand of ammo with my other rifles. However at work(I work at a wholesaler that sells Federal ammo) we only had federal power shok loaded in 6.5x55 that woudn't break the bank.So I bore sighted my rifle. My first shot at a 100 yards was an inch and a half to the right. So 6 clicks over and I was just below the bullseye.Now the I figured I may have got a little lucky. So I sentanother round down range and stacked it on top of my second shot.I did not expect much from a price point ammo and lousy atirefortheconditions.ButI was pleasantly surprised.Thank you!
Date published: 2012-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Finbar from No worries1in high at 175yds = 10in low at 300yds on my Blaser. I was impressed with the consistency for a factory load at 300yds. Would have been 6 very dead stags.