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If you are a hunter, or you target shoot competitively, the you know that the .308 Winchester is one of the most popular short-action centerfire rifle cartridges in North America. It can be used to hunt deer, elk, black bear, wild pigs and other animals.
Although the .30.06 is the most popular choice for a moose hunting, the 308 caliber is still a very good, especially if you are shooting at a distance under 250 yards. Also, there is a veritable plethora of .308 rifles out on the market right now to choose from.
About the .308 Winchester cartridge courtesy of Wikipedia and libertysafe.com:
The . 308 Winchester is a smokeless powder rimless bottlenecked rifle cartridge widely used for hunting, target shooting, police, military, and personal protection applications globally. It is similar, but not identical, to the 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge.
With a verified sniper kill of 1,250 meters (1,367 yards) using the 7.62×51/.308 Winchester cartridge, the majority of military sniper schools will place the maximum effective range of the 7.62×51/.308 at between 850 and 1,000 yards, and at 1,000, there are much better choices today.
The producers of the video had this to say:
When it comes to North American game, is there any cartridge with more flexibility than the .308 Winchester? From predators to bull moose and everything in between, the tried-and-true .30-caliber gets the job done accurately and reliably.
Which is why there is no shortage of .308 rifles tailored for taking game on the market.
Today, we’re diving into the world of .308 rifles and taking a closer look at the top contenders on the market.
We’ll be breaking down the features and specs of each rifle, as well as sharing our own experiences and opinions. So, without further ado, let’s explore the best .308 rifles out there and see what makes them stand out from the crowd.
I do want to mention, the title says “Top 10”, this is not the case, as only 6 are shown (I wonder if they do that on purpose, or if it’s a mistake). Whatever the case, the rifles that are shown in the video are really good and worth anyone’s time to take a look at.
*H/T – Wikipedia – libertysafe.com