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History of .25-06 Remington Ammunition
Although it wasn't standardized as a cartridge and chambered by a major rifle manufacturer until 1969, the .25-06 Remington has a history that stretches back to the beginning of the 20th century. Essentially a .30-06 case necked down to accept .257" diameter bullets, the .25-06 was first created as a wildcat (non-standard) cartridge in 1912.
With a projectile weight range of 75 to 120 grains, the .25-06 is suitable for a variety of game. Light, fast 75 grain bullets - traveling at 3,700 feet per second - are ideal for varmint hunting at long range, while the comparably slower and heavier 120 grain bullets at just over 3,000 feet per second are capable of taking down large elk.
Rifles that have been chambered in .25-06 include the Remington 700, Winchester Model 70, and H&R Handi-Rifle.
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