The 200gr.30-06 round that we looked at has a BC that is more similar to the 300 Win Mag rounds.
About three weeks later after healing up, getting pad installed by gunsmith and loading some other bullet weights went to the range.
For legit competitions, you might not mind the extra money for the improved ballistics of 300 WM factory loads or for the materials to hand load.
As a new hunter, the 300 based on this recoil factor may not be the best for you to start hunting.And even then, there were.30-06 rounds that showed ballistic properties similar to the 300 Win Mag so round selection, along with cartridge type, is also an important factor.I've had 3 different.303 Enfields, and the recoil is manageable (compared to my Mosins and Mausers).Both the 300 Win Mag and the 308 Win Mag have their respective strengths.The barrel life of the 308 is more durable than that of the 300.If I had a bearing looking at me for a snack, I think I'll be wanting to be covered by something a little more appropriate than what I currently own!We see that on average, the.300 Win Mag rounds have slightly higher SDs and this is because of some of the heavier bullets that can be used.On the other hand, if you are armed with the 308, you could be needing a correction somewhere around.5.And for shots that come under 300 yards, the BC is not going to be as big a factor unless we are talking about large differences (greater than.2) in the BC between two rounds.This is a great round if you hunt large or dangerous game.Penetration is important for reaching vital organs, especially for larger game with thick skin, tissue, and bones.
Best Rounds Of the ten rounds we have examined in this article, here are our top picks for hunting and range shooting.
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