One of the advantages of the 30-06 over the .308 is you can run the heavier bullets and not sacrifice brass life.
Question: have any of you...
I should have included “modern” to my description
I think it’s everyone's patriotic duty to own at least one of each of the free world military calibers, obviously including the .30-06
I agree with @Walkalong
Before grinding on anything, try backing your decapping / expander rod out in 1/4 turn increments and check headspace...
But the chamber doesn’t wear from use, the throat does, and headspace has nothing to do with that.
Or am I misreading what you are saying?
You didn’t say what a “good deal” was. Spill it!
Both require an investment in time to be any good at it.
If you could make your own balls and cut your scores in half I might still be playing golf
Those magazines could end up costing the OP a lot of money!
I know we’re talking PRS here but MOA does have an advantage in precision shooting like F Class due to the fact that it allows finer adjustments....
Me too. Shot the centerfire challenge this weekend with my .308 and used my Atlas for the first time in a long time. My accuracy wasn’t very good.
Same with High Power. The NRA has even written it into the rules allowing coaching of juniors and new shooters, for the reasons you stated so well.
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All of this, plus
10) long barrel life
And bonus: if chambered appropriately for bullets 75-90g, can hang with the .308 at longer...
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