The 7mm-08 is a round that has found a very nice following because of its superior performance and milder recoil to the round it is based off of: the .308 Winchester. Sure some would say it’s hard to make a statement about comparative performance, but it’s simple, the 7mm-08 offers a faster moving projectile with similar ballistic coefficiency and better trajectory, for less recoil than a .308 Winchester.
Sure the .308 can do anything that the 7mm-08 Remington can, but there are some drawbacks for certain tasks to the .308, and that’s why the 7mm makes so much sense for so many people. It’s got a tighter operating efficiency than the .308, but it’s not really necessary to make it only a comparative, because on its own, it can stand. For those who want the best mix of silhouette shooting and up to Moose sized game from a hunting perspective, the 7mm-08 can do it faster and with a flatter trajectory minus about 20-25% of the recoil, with the right load
When you combine the impressive basic characteristics of the 7mm-08 with the impressive build of the Federal Premium load, and the Nosler Ballistic tip and now you are talking about a brutally efficient deer-elk-moose load that you can trust every time in the field.
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