Red Arrow Weapons RAW-10 in 6.5 Creedmoor


One of the most popular hunting and shooting round sizes of our day, the 6.5 Creedmoor is a wildly versatile caliber. Red Arrow Weapons is excited to include the 6.5 Creedmoor caliber in the lineup for their premium AR-15 style firearms. For those who’ve come to know and love the platform, the AR-style rifle system is a dream system on which to build high end, customizable rifles. What do you get when you mix that capable caliber with that popular of a shooting platform and throw in the high fun, high function of Red Arrow standards all together? The RAW-10 6.5 Creedmoor.

Available with the Red Arrow Weapons Midnight Bronze Cerakote finish, this rifle is as beautiful as it is bad ass. It features a 20” fluted stainless steel barrel with 1:8 twist rate that’s begging for the pull of its 2.5 lbs single-stage CMC trigger. The 15” M-LOK RAW-Rail ties together the forged T-7075 aluminum upper and lower receivers. The Magpul K Grip and Magpul PRS Gen 3 Stock complete the look of this solid, beautiful rifle. The gun also features an Azimuth Black Nitride BCG, an ambi-safety, and a high-pressure firing pin. Tipping the scales at 9 lbs 1 oz, the 6.5 Creedmoor from Red Arrow Weapons is ready to handle any hunting or shooting challenge you can throw at it.

Whether you’re an everyday enthusiast, a long-distance shooter, or a hunter who has that one spot left in the safe for something special, get your hands on the Red Arrow Weapons AR-10 in 6.5 Creedmoor. With the fit and function of the high-touch Red Arrow Weapons package, this is sure to become one of your favorite go-to rifles for many years to come.


  1. I’m a conservative guy, so I’ll stick with my 6.5×55 Swede (same ballistics if loaded right) in a Mauser 98 action bolt gun with a wooden stock and blued steel. It works just fine and I’ve taken a lot of game with it, which is the reason for owning it.

    I know that makes me sound like an old fart, but I’m OK with that.

      • There’s nothing wrong with the Swede round, but I’m not aware that anybody offers it in an AR-10-style rifle. That’s not nothing if you want an AR-10-style rifle.

        There’s also something to be said for common stuff. Good luck finding 6.5×55 at a rural gas station if you forgot yours on a hunting trip. Or bumming some off the guys in the next camp over.


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