Many hunters enjoy using the .25-06 Remington to bring down their quarry. Lighter-kicking than its parent (the .30-06 Springfield) yet more than powerful enough to take deer and antelope, this caliber delivers flat trajectories great for long-range shots.
Typical specs for .25-06 ammo include a 100-120 grain bullet (varmint loads will be lighter) fired at about 3,000 feet per second. Soft point projectiles like the Federal Power-Shok offer good expansion without destroying meat, while hollow points can turn this round into an overkill varmint cartridge.
Bolt-action rifles are the usual platform for this caliber because they offer excellent accuracy potential and superb mechanical reliablity.
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