- Does a 308 have a lot of recoil?
- How much does a 270 drop at 100 yards?
- Is a 270 or 308 better?
- Will a 350 Legend kill a bear?
- Can a 270 kill a deer?
- Which is better 270 or 6.5 Creedmoor?
- Why is the 270 so popular?
- What has more recoil 308 or 12 gauge?
- How far can a 270 shoot accurately?
- What grain bullet is best for 270?
- Is a 308 or 30.06 more powerful?
- How far does a 270 drop at 300 yards?

## Does a 308 have a lot of recoil?

308 Winchester load is a 150-180 grain bullet with a muzzle velocity of 2600-2800 fps.

It produces a fair amount of recoil — enough that quite few people find it uncomfortable in a lightweight bolt gun.

It is considerably less than the big magnums, however, and is considered to be quite mild in gas-operated guns..

## How much does a 270 drop at 100 yards?

270 bullet 0.4 inches low at 25 yards, 1.41 inches high at 100 yards, 2.51 inches low at 250 yards and finally slips below the 6 inch vital zone at 257 yards.

## Is a 270 or 308 better?

As you can see, there is a significant difference in the bullet trajectories between the two cartridges. … 270 when shooting 150gr bullets, the 130gr . 270 load has more energy remaining and shoots flatter (the . 308 has 15-20″ more bullet drop) at 500 yards than both .

## Will a 350 Legend kill a bear?

350 Legend-specific bullets. But even those shooters who don’t roll their own ammo can afford to shoot this cartridge. … With a tough bullet this rifle will be perfect for hogs out to moderate ranges, and this cartridge will make an excellent option for hunting black bears over bait.

## Can a 270 kill a deer?

270. It shoots flat out to 300 yards, which makes it a point and shoot rifle caliber for the vast majority of shots on big game. You can take the same . 270 you use for whitetails in Wisconsin for caribou bulls and big black bears in Alaska, or on combo western hunts for pronghorn antelope, mule deer, and elk.

## Which is better 270 or 6.5 Creedmoor?

At the same time, while the . 270 Winchester has more velocity and kinetic energy than the . 6.5 Creedmoor out past 500 yards, the advantage possessed by the . 270 narrows from 515 foot pounds of energy at the muzzle to just 189 foot pounds of energy at 500 yards.

## Why is the 270 so popular?

270″ is 90 percent of, or 10 percent smaller in diameter than, the then-standard . … It worked so well and became so popular that, unlike most standard bullet diameters, the . 277″ has never proliferated into a wide array of cartridges. In fact, there are just three other cartridges that share this bullet diameter.

## What has more recoil 308 or 12 gauge?

heavy hunting load and a 12 gauge actually recoils about TWICE as hard as a . 308. Rifle recoil feels like a sharp jab and shotgun recoil feels like a long push (to ME).

## How far can a 270 shoot accurately?

The cartridge demonstrated high performance at the time of its introduction and was marketed as being suitable for big game shooting in the 270 to 460 metres (300 to 500 yd) range, when that was considered long range hunting. With modern bullets and optics, it is easily a 1,000 yard cartridge.

## What grain bullet is best for 270?

The 130 and 150-grain slugs are the most popular choices for the . 270, with some 140-grain offerings splitting the difference. There are lighter choices—the 90 and 100-grain bullets that make the . 270 a viable coyote rifle—and some heavier bullets, but above 150-grains things get tricky.

## Is a 308 or 30.06 more powerful?

30-06 have been well surpassed by still more accurate cartridges that now dominate the precision shooting sports. … Comparing similar bullets from either cartridge fired in similar rifles, . 30-06 may have a slight edge in terms of velocity, but . 308 will have slightly less recoil.

## How far does a 270 drop at 300 yards?

Zeroed at 100 yards, a 130-gr. Hornady Spire Point with a muzzle velocity of 2,900 fps will drop 3.4 inches at 200 yards, 12.5 inches at 300 yards and 28.5 yards at 400 yards.