Let's talk about "odd" AR-15 calibers. In this case the 6.5 Grendel cartridge. There is argument between using specialized ammunition vs. having the "standard" calibers such as .223/5.56. Personally I support the side of having rifles chambered in common to find ammunition as it is far more helpful (and cost effective) when doing high volume shooting. It's also easier to find in a SHTF scenario. However if you are a competition shooter who shoots at longer ranges requiring pinpoint precision the specialized route is probably better for you. Personally a .223/5.56 rifle does everything most people need it to do.
Buy/build a rifle to suit your purpose. What's your guys' opinions on "odd" caliber ammunition and do you prefer them or more common rounds for what you do?
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