25-06 Ammo

.25-06 Remington ammo excels against a variety of targets including deer and boar. While not as powerful as its parent cartridge (the .30-06 Springfield), the .25-06 Rem is well-liked for its low recoil and flat trajectories even at long range.

A typical .20-06 Remington cartridge fires a medium weight 100-120 grain projectile at a muzzle velocity of about 3,000 feet per second. Lighter bullets use jacketed hollow point designs and excel against varmints, while heavy soft points are favored for larger game as they produce good expansion without meat-destroying fragmentation.

The .25-06 was standardized in 1969 by Remington, although it had been produced for many years before by "wildcatters."

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