FEDERAL PREMIUM 300 WIN MAG
Federal Premium 300 Win Mag is a quality hunting ammunition designed for maximum
performance and reliability. However premium hunting bullets are matched with select powders,
primers, and brass to create a reliable, hard-hitting hunting cartridge.
Besides this ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable cases.
300 Win Mag sniper ammunition. The Sig ammunition selected by the US Army
for their sniper platforms.
Militaries have a long history of relying on the civilian shooting world to spearhead
innovation when it comes to calibers.
Which Is Better Federal Premium 300 Win Mag Or 6.5 Creedmoor
Federal Premium 300 Win Mag fires larger diameter and significantly have a heavier
bullets at a higher velocity than the 6.5 Creedmoor.
However the federal premium ammunition has a flatter trajectory and has significantly
more kinetic energy at typical hunting ranges,
but the 6.5 Creedmoor has much less recoil.
Also people might also ask betwen the 308 and 300 win mag which kicks harder?
We all know the recoil in 300 mag is far harder than the one in 308 win mag.
Recoil is far less in a 308 win mag than in the 300 win mag.
However recoil in a 308 is usually around 12 or 13 ft-lbs,
while it’s 20+ ft-lbs in a 300 win mag.
That’s more recoil than most new hunters should be starting with Weight:
The 308 is in a short action AND it works fine with a shorter barrel.
federal premium terminal ascent delivers about 30.5 foot-pounds of recoil.
A same-weight . 30-06 dishes out roughly 22 foot-pounds.
Federal Premium Compared to 7mm mag
Federal Premium 300 Win Mag is also considered as one of the most powerful and accurate
ammo same goes to the 7mm premium.
However Though they both have the same diameter and are very similar in overall length,
the longer case length and the advantage of the shoulder placement on the 300 win mag
gives that catridge a 5-8% advantage in capacity over the 7mm rem mag.
Moreover people may also ask is 300 Win Mag good for deer hunting?
For me yes because is a caliber with 150-grain loads.
Federal premium are smoking with an average velocity hovering around the
3,200 to 3,300 fps mark, these light weights are equally great for deer and antelope,
really any game that inhabits open country where shots might come at 250 to 300 yards or beyond.
However we can equally say federal premium ammo use 150-300 grain bullets.
Besides when using quality bullets and with good shot placement,
both the 7mm Rem Mag and . 300 Win Mag are excellent for hunting black,
brown, and grizzly bear at all practical hunting ranges.
Will a Federal Premium 300 Win Mag Shoot 300 WSM?
The 300 WSM is a good half inch shorter than the Federal Premium 300 Win Mag
in terms of case length and overall length.
Besides this means that the Federal Premium Com will fit into a long action while
the 300 WSM will fit in a short action.
However, the base diameter of the 300 WSM is 0.02” wider than the 300 Win Mag.
Questions can also be ask what is the best bullet for elk in the 300 win mag?
The 180 grain load is quite possibly the best .
300 Win Mag ammo for elk, bear, and moose hunting.
The 165 grain load will also work for larger game like elk, but it’s perfect for bigger deer and bear.
That high velocity 150 grain load is great .
- Caliber: 243 Winchester
- Bullet Weight: 100 Grains
- Bullet Style: Sierra GameKing Soft Point Boat Tail
- Case Type: CaseBallistics Information:
- Muzzle Velocity: 2960 fps
- Muzzle Energy: 1945 ft. lbs.
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