My first High powered rifle, was a 30-06 pre64 Winchester, as a young man (@10 Years Old). Archived from the original on 22 September 2007. NRA Press. Cartridge S.A, .30 Ball MK IIz: This was the War Ministry's designation for the .30-06 Ball M2 round.
The .30-06 is all anyone needs for any animal that walks the North America continent. This 1938 pattern cartridge, the Cartridge, Caliber .30, Ball, M2 achieved a muzzle velocity of 2,805ft/s (855m/s) and muzzle energy of 2,656ft·lbf (3,601J). Its maximum range was approximately 3,450yd (3,150m). Firearms Don’t you agree?To purchase .30-'06 ammunition on GunsAmerica.com, click this link: https://www.gunsamerica.com/Search.aspx?T=30-06%20ammunitionTo purchase a .30-'06 rifle on GunsAmerica.com, click this link: https://www.gunsamerica.com/Search.aspx?T=30-06%20rifleHeavy and slow, the 220-grain Speer Hot Cor will handle larger game How this really splendid cartridge came about is an interesting story. click site
Pretty good impression on our shoulders too. However, Commonwealth countries that used the M1 Garand (like Pakistan) bundled it in 16-round cartons that contained two 8-round Mannlicher-style en-bloc clips. Anyways great article and may the '06 always be a part of everyone's family. Reply Link Dennis August 15, 2016, 12:03 pmI agree and then some.
Interestingly enough the ammunition of choice has been Remington's "Managed Recoil," firing a pretty standard 125 grain bullet with more than enough oomph to get the job done within reasonable ethically I once read an article in Guns and Ammo wherein the author carried a Remington 700 and three different 30′ 06 cartridges; a heavy load for big game, a medium load Model 1903 Springfield U.S. I now have a Model 70 pre-64 that is one of the best shooters around.
All sizes in inches The .30-06 Springfield cartridge case can hold 68.2 grains (4.42g) of water and has a volume of 4.42 millilitres (0.270in3). He is big enough now to shoot regular loads, but I would highly recommend this "path" for any young or gun-shy shooter. Will probably be around for a bit. https://www.cheaperthandirt.com/category/firearms/rifles/bolt-action/30-06-springfield.do Wartime surplus totaled over 2 billion rounds of ammunition.
If memory serves me, it was introduced by Remington in the early to mid 70's, as a counter to all the rage created by Roy Weatherby and his argument of speed Other calibers are fun to play with and have their places, but when I have to put meat on the table, when there's work to be done and I don't want Reply Link Ken August 15, 2016, 9:58 amYou left out one factory load for the '06 - the sabot 22cal that they had for awhile. I also own a Browning BAR 30.06, Ruger M77 30.06 and a Browning Medallion 30.06…I have had "gun guys" tell me that the 30.06 is "out" and will be sending this
Customer Review Refine Grid View List View Items per page: 30 | 60 | 90 | View All (151) Previous1 2 3 4 ... 6 Next Mossberg Patriot Hunting Bolt Action http://www.luckygunner.com/lounge/308-win-vs-30-06/ M1941 Johnson Rifle, feeding from a 10-round internal rotary magazine, loading from stripper clips. Army modified the ’03 to take a 150-grain bullet and renamed it “U.S. In practical real world application's, There is nothing the 06 can do that the .308 can't do more accurately, with less recoil, and cheaper to boot.
Be sure, if you choose to use a premium bullet, to find proper data for that specific bullet, as the bearing surfaces and pressure curves can change quickly.For reloading dies, I I handload just about everything but wouldn't mind something I could pickup in some mountain town in an emergency. Reply Link David Bennett August 15, 2016, 10:12 amMy Dad had a Garand and in 1960 purchased an '06 Rem. If more hunters took the time to learn how to shoot and then PRACTICE, they would have much less "need" for short mags, ultra mags, and the rest of the silly
Reply Link TVPC58 August 15, 2016, 12:52 pmObviously, the only reason the .223 and 308 Win are higher in sales than the '06 is that the latter doesn't come in a Remington stopped making them. Lend-Lease ammo made for the British government had no mark designation and was headstamped .300z. All on military platforms, too.
Never had to shoot twice. Barrel life is excellent, and the cartridge handles all N.A. it's good to be king : ) Reply Link Mark N.
It has a paper bullet that contains a tiny black powder charge to aid in breaking it up. I also shoot a Savage action 338-06 it is a lot of fun also on 1000 yd range. WHAM!-that ought six made our day. Amazing.
I, Mark III British SMLE No. A Winchester Model 70 Super Grade hunting rifle in .30-06 with Leupold 6×42 scope In military service, the 30-06 was used in the bolt-action M1903 Springfield rifle, the bolt-action M1917 Enfield My first deer was a Sitka deer when I was 13 years old. The tip of the M14 bullet is colored with a blue tip over a black ring.
Reply Link D. M3A1 U.S. military developed a new, lighter, cartridge in 1906, the .30-06 Springfield, "Cartridge, Ball, Caliber .30, Model of 1906", or just M1906. on 1000 yd range.
Reply Link David Reddick August 17, 2016, 8:47 amI have had a 30.06 since 1966 when I purchased my first new deer rifle. Hornady and Speer report velocities for 22 inches (560mm) barrels. HINT: it wasn't him. I love to talk write about the guns I know.
Federal Premium loads the Partition for the ’06, and Remington’s Safari line includes the 180-grain A-Frame.Federal Premium's 180-grain Nosler Partition load makes a fantastic all-around choice.There are also plenty of good Image courtesy the Imperial War Museum.The military success of this cartridge—in a pair of world wars as well as the Korean dustup—is very easy to recognize, but as a hunting round The 30-06 will never die, just like the 30-30. Northwest of Fort Bliss was another great spot for that sport, jackrabbits, that is.
LOL Reply Link Jon Lucas August 15, 2016, 10:57 amIs the 30-06 dead?…That's a good one!! I shoot 190 match kings at my club in Pa. The .30-06 remained the U.S.