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Old March 12, 2013, 01:16 PM   #21
Cheap 870
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Depends if you want a short or long action?
In 150 & 165 grain bullets you can queeze another 50 to 100 fps. out of the 30-06,but your using 10 more grains of powder to get it.
In 180 grain bullets another 100 to 150 fps. using 10 more grains in the 30-06.
In 200 & 220 grain bullets 150 to 200 fps.
I've read articles about how a 308 is inheritlly more accurate then the 30-06.
But as far as accuracy it's all in the gun & your loads. The 30-06 is flatter shooting.
With all that said I'm still a fan of my 308. I like short actions.
But I don't load anything over 180gr bullets. If I needed to shoot something heavier I'd shoot the 338.
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