30-06 Springfield 165 grain Power-Point Brass Cased Centerfire Rifle Ammunition Box of 20
The 30-06 round’s popularity stemmed from the fact that it was designed to be effective at extended ranges. A 180-grain 30-06 bullet is fairly common, despite the fact that it comes in a range of weights and shapes. The cartridge has a
muzzle velocity of 2,700 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 2,913 foot-pounds. At 500 yards, velocity declines to 1,667 fps and energy lowers to 1,111 ft-lbs.
In 1906, the United States military introduced 30-06 ammunition to feed their standard service rifle. The.30-caliber round, pronounced “thirty-aught-six,” eventually displaced a number of other military cartridges, but it proved
to be extremely versatile. The.30-06º ammo was so effective that the US military and allies continued to use it in rifles and machine guns for nearly 70 years. The current standard 5.56mm and 7.62mm supplanted it. The.30-06 Springfield cartridge i
s still popular among competition shooters and hunters today.
2800 Feet Per Second
2872 Foot Pounds
Jacketed Soft Point
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United States of America