Regardless of the number of firearms you have in your collection, it makes sense to have magazines specific to every caliber, and 6.5 Creedmoor is no exception. Firearms is one of those industries where sometimes you can get away with making things more widely compatible: it’s technically possible to use some .308 magazines for 6.5 Creedmoor, but I think it makes more sense to get a specific mag for this caliber.
I’ll make a case for specific 6.5 Creedmoor magazines in this piece. We’ll take a look at the best magazines on the market today so that you get your money’s worth out of the magazines you’ll use in your rifles.
After that, I’ll cover different kinds of magazines, their materials, round capacity, and what you get for your dollar. All in all, I think at it’s possible to get a smooth feeding magazine for a reasonable price, but some set a gold standard in the industry. Of course, as always, we’ll let you know where I get our information from, especially when it comes to some commentary on how many rounds some states will allow you to put in a magazine without running afoul of the law.