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.300 Savage History
.300 Savage ammo is a rimless, .30 caliber cartridge developed by Savage Arms in 1920 for Savage’s Model 99 rifle. Originally designed to match the performance of the .30-06 Springfield, the .300 Savage became a popular round for medium-sized game and eventually became the parent cartridge for the .308 Winchester.
.300 Savage Specifications
The .300 Savage cartridge is .308 inches (7.8mm) in diameter, extending to the neck (.339 inches, 8.6 mm) and the base (.471 inches, 12.0mm). The shoulder diameter is .446 inches (11.3mm) and the case length is 1.871 inches (47.5 mm). The parent cartridge is the .250-3000 Savage, also known as the .250 Savage, which was created in 1915.
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