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, it cannot.
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.
308 is better it is a higher caliber and shoots farther unless you want a cheap gun 308s are more expensive making you want to choose a sucky brand 308 which makes the 270 better.
All My Children - 1970 1-3006 was released on: USA: 7 August 1981
The Bold and the Beautiful - 1987 1-3006 was released on: USA: 19 March 1999
Both fire the same diameter projectile.
When speaking of ammunition it is imperative to be precise with your numbers. The .308 Winchester is interchangable with the 7.62 NATO military round
"Better" is a subjective term. Without more information, neither is "better"
it might be for the Krag rifle, cal. 30/40..... not 30/06
The answer is maybe. The 7.62x51 NATO, the military round, was actually derived from .308 Winchester but has slightly different tolerances.
It depends on what state you are talking about.
They are: 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18, 167, 334, 501, 1002, 1503, 3006.
it is 3006 cal.