I'm not quite sure about the 3006, but I know that the longest recorded kill shot with a .308 was at about one and a half miles, possibly more.
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It is 75 308 000.
Yes 3006, 270 is a long action 308, 243 is a short action.
Only 7.62x51. No other 7.62 round is compatible.
3006 weeks = 3006 x 7 days = 21,042 days
No, 5.56 mm is roughly .223" where as 7.62 mm = .308". There is no 5.62 NATO round.
No. The 7.62x54R round is a rimmed cartridge, first developed in 1891 for use with the Mosin Nagant rifle. The .308 Winchester is derived from the .300 Savage, and has dimensions similar to - but not identical to - the 7.62x51 NATO cartridge, which is also derived from the .300 Savage.Additionally, the 7.62x54R actually has a bullet diameter of 7.92mm, vs. the 7.8mm (.308 inches) of the .308 Winchester and 7.62x51.Another stark difference between the two is that the .308 is not a rimmed cartridge, instead using a cannlure.
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