7x65R – The big brother of the 7×64 cartridge

Wilhelm Brenneke designed the 7x65R cartridge in 1917, and since then it has been one of the most popular calibers for double rifles and combination guns. The 7x65R ammo is ballistically very close to its brother 7×64 and it is ideal for all types of Central-European hunting. The maximum pressure level is limited by C.I.P. to 380 MPa, and the caliber meets the requirements for all European big game including moose, bear, red deer and wild boar. The 7x65R cartridge comes factory loaded with the 10.1 g / 156 gr Naturalis® lead free copper bullet.

7x65R / 10.1 g (156 gr) Naturalis

Caliber

7x65R

Bullet

Naturalis

Product no.

N317323

Bullet Code

N564

Bullet weight

10.1 g (156 gr)

Bullet type

Lead-free copper

Purpose

Hunting

Muzzle velocity

840 m/s (2756 fps)

Twist rate

1-10''

BC G1

0.280

BC G7

Velocity [m/s][fps]
Energy [J][ft.-lbs.]
Crosswind drift [mm]Crosswind drift [in] (sidewind 4 m/s)(sidewind 13 fps)
Trajectory [mm][inch]
Impact point above or below line of sight (Scope 40 mm above bore line)Impact point above or below line of sight (Scope 1.6 in above bore line)
Metric chart
0 m 100 m 200 m 300 m 600 m 800 m 1000 m 1200 m 1500 m
840 733 634 544
3563 2714 2032 1493
0 34 144 349
Rifle sighted in at 100 m 200 m 300 m 600 m 800 m 1000 m 1200 m 1500 m
100 0 -144 -534
163 GEE 40 -63 -413
Test barrel length [mm]: 600
Imperial chart
0 yd 100 yd 200 yd 300 yd 600 yd 800 yd 1000 yd 1200 yd 1500 yd
2756 2434 2135 1858
2628 2050 1577 1194
0 0 0 11
Rifle sighted in at 100 yd 200 yd 300 yd 600 yd 800 yd 1000 yd 1200 yd 1500 yd
100 0 4 -16
173 PBR 1.6 -1 -12
Test barrel length [mm]: 24