Based on accuracy, versatility, and popularity, the 6.5 Creedmoor round is the wonder-cartridge of the 21st century. It doesn't possess the magic some folks think it does (two days ago a clerk behind a gun counter informed me that the 6.5 Creedmoor didn't start to drop until 700 yards. Heaven help us). But the Creed is exceptionally accurate, its recoil is relatively low, and it's remarkably lethal on everything from prairie dogs to bull elk. Due to its popularity, there are a plethora of ammunition offerings available today. Here are some of my favorites, ranging from streamlined, high-BC long-distance target rounds right down to sizzling-fast varmint medicine. Street prices for all the rounds listed are approximate (it all depends on where you shop).