.30-06 Springfield ** Best Seller **

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  • Wet-tumbled/polished, once fired .30-06 Springfield ** Best Seller ** rifle brass sourced mainly from indoor ranges
  • Will include a variety of manufacturers and headstamps, including military brass that typically will have crimped primers
  • Spent primers will still be intact in the cases and must be removed before beginning the reloading process
  • Extra brass cases will be included to make up for any stray calibers, unusable pieces, or other cosmetic defects that may slip through our screening process 
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.30-06 Springfield

.30-06 Springfield (other times referred to as 7.62x63mm, and “30 Gov’t ’06”) was introduced to the United States Army in 1906. Shortly after being introduced .30-06 Springfield was standardized and remained in use until the late 1970s. The “30” in .30-06 Springfield is in reference to the caliber of the bullet in inches, the “06” refers to the year it was adopted (1906). The reasoning for .30-06 Springfield being created was in hopes of creating a lighter cartridge than what was available at the time. Springfield already had their M1903 rifle in production, so with a few modifications it was able to accept the new .30-06 Springfield cartridge. The modifications needed to accept the .30-06 Springfield cartridge included resizing the chamber, shortening the barrel at the breech, and removing the flawed “rod bayonet” earlier versions of the rifle had. 

The original bullet loaded for .30-06 Springfield was a 150-grain Spitzer flat-based bullet. This load was able to achieve velocities of 2,700 ft/s and 2,429 ft-lbs of muzzle energy (3,293 J). The powder that was used in the same load was MR21 propellant and it was claimed to make the .30-06 Springfield reach ranges of 4,700 yards (this was proven to be false). This happened because the .30-06 Springfield was only tested in ranges out to 1,800 yards, distances beyond that were just estimations (they were over estimated by almost 40%). By far the most popular firearm chambered in .30-06 Springfield is the M1 Garand. Even folks who aren’t super familiar with firearms can identify the iconic “ping” sound created when the M1 Garand ejects the final .30-06 Springfield cartridge along with the en-bloc clip. Even though the .30-06 Springfield cartridge has been replaced in the military by more modern rounds, it is still is a fan favorite amongst hunters and reloaders around the world. That means there is typically an abundance of once fired .30-06 Springfield brass available on the market.

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Chuck Dunn 25th Feb 2022


These guys do exactly what is advertised and they do it well. I will always get supplies from them. They have things no one else has and it’s at a great price. The brass I’ve ordered comes clean and ready to load

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