Remington Managed-Recoil Rifle .30-30 Winchester 125Grain

$438.00

  • UPC:  039041030719
  • Brand: Remington
  • Caliber: .30-30 Winchester
  • Bullet Weight: 125 grain
  • Number of Rounds: 1000 rounds
  • Unit of Measure: Box
  • Classification: Ammunition

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The Remington Managed-Recoil Rifle .30-30 Winchester 125Grain Center Fire cartridge was first marketed in 1895 for the Winchester Model 1894 lever-action rifle. The .30-30 (thirty-thirty), as it is most commonly known, and the .25-35 were offered that year as the USA’s first small-bore sporting rifle cartridges designed for smokeless powder. Sixty years after its introduction, in 1955, it was surpassed by the smaller bore .243 Winchester cartridge with more powerful and accurate ballistics yet similar recoil, but the .30-.30 Winchester remains in widespread use even today. The .30-30 is considered to be the “entry-class” for modern big-game hunting cartridges, and it is common to define the characteristics of cartridges with similar ballistics as being in “.30-30 class” when describing their trajectory. While it is very effective on deer-sized and black bear-sized game, most commercial loadings are limited in effective range to about 200 yd (183 m) for that purpose, except when using ballistic-tip ammunition. The cartridge is typically loaded with bullets weighing between 150 and 170 grains (9.7–11.0 g), but lighter loads are possible. Bullets of up to 180 gr (11.7 g) can be used, but the overall length restrictions of the lever-action rifles most commonly chambered for this round limit their usefulness.

The rimmed design is well suited for various single-shot actions, so it is commonly found there, as well. Rimmed cartridges are chambered in bolt-action rifles, but .30-30 bolt actions are uncommon today. “At one time Winchester turned out the Model 54 bolt-action repeater in this caliber [.30 WCF], but it was a decided failure, chiefly because the man desiring a bolt action preferred to take one of the better and more powerful cartridges. However, in this particular caliber, the .30 WCF cartridge proved to be decidedly accurate. In addition, rimmed cartridges typically do not feed well with the box magazines normally found on bolt-action rifles. Other examples of bolt-action rifles offered in .30-30 Winchester are the Stevens Model 325, the Savage Model 340, the Springfield/Savage 840, and the Remington 788

 

AMMO SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Brand: Remington
  • Caliber: .30-30 Winchester
  • Bullet Weight: 125 grain
  • Bullet Type: Core-Lokt Soft Point (SP)
  • Cartridge Material: Brass
  • Muzzle Velocity: 2175 ft/s
  • Muzzle Energy: 1313 ft-lbs
  • Number of Rounds: 1000 rounds
  • Package Type: Box

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