The Winchester .300 Magnum cartridge will fire a bullet about 5-6 MILES- but not accurately. The .300 Mag is an effective long range rifle cartridge, but effective range will depend on the.
You may be tempted to go straight to a high power long range cartridge such as 300 Win Mag, 338 Lapua or 50BMG (I did) but the cost per round and the pounding your body will take will present a very steep learning curve. You may find it difficult to fine tune your accuracy with these hard kicking rounds. Place a Snap-Cap in your magazine and you will most likely be startled by how much you.
The .300 Win. Mag. is the most successful and popular of the Big .30's and the only one among the 10 best selling rifle cartridges. While most of the .300 Magnums are ballistically similar, far more factory loads are available for the Winchester version and only the .300 Win. Mag. is available in such a wide variety of rifles. For the hunter who yearns to own a .300 Magnum for a standard.
The 300 Win Mag’s short case neck is not detrimental to accuracy, and it is actually capable of near bench-rest like groups with the proper load in a high quality rifle. If deformation of the lead nose in the magazine box is a problem, our 180 grain Protected Point Partition or AccuBond bullets are good options.
A ballistic compensation calculator provides information about the amount of compensation required to hit a target, at a specified distance away from the projectiles starting position, given the environmental factors that are present. Compensation values are typically presented in the form of Minutes of Angle (MOA) or Milliradians (MIL) up or down and left or right.
I headed to the range to test the Savage High Country in 6.5 Creedmoor, firing a mix of premium factory ammunition, including Norma Match 130grn HPBT, Sig Sauer 120-grn HT, Hornady Precision.
It’s a heck of a combination that gives less recoil compared to 30-06, 300 WIN Mag and 7 REM Mag. This also happens to be the rifle being used for this test. Why Reload? Since 6.5 PRC currently comes in two flavors of factory ammo, why reload? In the case for this particular rifle and application, it was to gain more velocity. Initial testing netted an average velocity of 2845 fps with the.
The 300 Blaser Magnum, developed jointly between Norma and Blaser, is a modernized hunting cartridge that brings together the versatility of a 30-caliber cartridge with the performance of a modern magnum load. 300 Blaser Mag. is suitable for medium and large game and is very capable at long distance.