First you have to know what you are shooting. Then you have to know how close you plan on getting to the victim. If it's a bear, you want to be close range, so you don't need a high powered scope. If you are hunting deer from three hundred yards away, you'll need the best scope you can get. There is no set number depending on what gun you have, it's all about what you are shooting. Since both calibers are very versitile, you might want to get a variable power scope. I have a Winchester 1917 30-06 with a 4X~ 12X that works over a wide range of applications.
I'm not quite sure about the 3006, but I know that the longest recorded kill shot with a .308 was at about one and a half miles, possibly more.
The 308 has plenty of knock down power for whitetails.I know people who use 308's for black bears in Michigan and never wound them.You should be good to go to about 250 yards or more depending on your gun and scope.
Assuming that your scope is a 3x9x40 scope,then medium height rings will do the job.If it is a 3x9x50mm scope,then you will need a set of high scope rings.
4x, 1-4x, 3x9 are all candidates
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Yes 3006, 270 is a long action 308, 243 is a short action.
The best you can afford.
$650, plus scope.
The best you can afford. Leupold is always a good choice.
i have a savage model510stricker chambered in 308 with a mounted scope what is it worth
100-550 or so
Quite simple really. Wrap a dollar bill around the barrel at the muzzle end and slide it back toward the action. You should get no resistance as the bill passes between the stock and the barrel and it should slide easily all the way back to the action.
"Best" is a subjective term that will be based on your pocketbook and what you are using the rifle for.
0-400 USD depending on condition.
It is not possible to give an answer without a lot more information. The condition of the rifle, that is condition of the metal (blue) and wood (stock). Whether it has a scope or not. Make of scope and type (make of ) base and rings.A Remington 308 Model 788 is worth about $400 dollars in excellent condition without out scope. Could be less or could be more depending on what I stated in the above paragraph.
Basically the electrode should match the base metal. 308 or 308L for 308 stainless steel.
it might be for the Krag rifle, cal. 30/40..... not 30/06
You would have to have 52 clicks of adjustment.