The 30-30 Winchester – Still Going Strong A Century Later
When they close their eyes and try to imagine a deer rifle that best represents classic Americana, many hunters likely picture a lever-action chambered in .30-30 Winchester. That shouldn’t be surprising because after all, the .30-30 Winchester has been around for well over a century and has arguably taken more deer in United States than any other cartridge.
In this episode, I discuss why the .30-30 Winchester remains so popular after all of these years despite its advanced age.
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What We Covered
1) History of the .30-30 Winchester
2) How the cartridge compares to the .30-06 in terms of external dimensions, trajectory, recoil, and accuracy
3) Overview of good .30-30 hunting ammo and rifle choices
4) Recommendations on hunting situations are best suited for the .30-30 Winchester
1) 30-30 Winchester: Still Relevant A Century Later – Blog article referenced in podcast
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