In the question of “Is the.30-06 Springfield within the ideal range of suitable calibers for grizzly or brown bear hunting?” our answer is: Yes, the.30-06 Springfield is A GOOD CHOICE for grizzly or brown bear hunting, under average conditions, from a mid-range distance, with a medium grain expanding bullet, and with correct shot placement.
The Army was looking for a newer and lighter round, and the.30-06 was the result of those development efforts. It's a.30-caliber bullet and the 06 part of the name comes from the year it was developed, 1906. The.30-06 saw action in both World Wars. The first use of it in combat was in the Springfield M1903 service rifle during World War I.
The .30-30 Winchester usually has a speed of roughly 2,200 to 2,700 feet per second, while the .30-06 Springfield logs speeds from about 2,500 to as nearly 3,000 feet per second .
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