Hi guys, I'm in the market for my first 6.5mm long range precision gun that will be primarily for range use with an occasional hunting session. Rather than build a custom I've narrowed it down to two factory rifles I think will work well. Tikka Sporter & Ruger RPR Now, I know the Tikka has a superior build quality, and it comes in .260 & 6.5 x55 SE. The RPR comes in 6.5 Creedmoor and has excellent customisation options and reviews online. It's also suppose to be good out to a mile (probably not well with factory ammo though?). Now.... Out of 6.5x55, .260 and 6.5 Creedmoor what has the best long range ability and accuracy? I know they're all good and accurate, but as far as I can tell more people shoot further with the Creedmoor, but a lot of people are using the .260 to 1200 yds. Having a browse on things like YouTube the 6.5x55 is accurate but you don't see many people using it over 1000 yards. It's an older cartridge but enjoying a revival in modern firearms. I'll be doing my own hand loads eventually, so making my own ammo and not using factory. So it's either the Tikka or the RPR... Any advice?