https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=.250-3000_Savage&oldid=982748899, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 10 October 2020, at 02:43. .223 Winchester Super Short Magnum (WSSM), .44 Remington Magnum (Rifle Data), .330 Dakota, .38 Super Auto Colt, .444 Marlin, .357 Magnum (Rifle Data), .243 Winchester, .30-06 Springfield, .357 Magnum, .404 Dakota, .260 Remington, .300 Remington Ultra Magnum, .303 British, .300 Remington Short Action Ultra Magnum, .225 Winchester. The 115-gr. If your rifle has the new, standard 1-10” twist barrel, it will stabilize all Nosler.25 caliber bullets. The .250-3000 Savage is better known as the .250 Savage and was an original design from a rimless bottleneck .258 inch (6.6mm) large rifle cartridge. The first number is the value of this cartridge, and the last number is the value of the most powerful round in our bullet database. The .250-3000 Savage (also known as the .250 Savage) is a rifle cartridge created by Charles Newton in 1915. This century-old trailblazer pushed the boundaries of hunting-cartridge velocity. Many older Model 99’ s have a 1-14” twist barrel, and will not stabilize any of our.25 caliber bullets. It is an excellent cartridge with moderate recoil for hunting small game on up to deer-sized game.[1]. With a case length of 1.912 inches and an overall length of 2.515 inches, it worked very well in the quick-handling Model 99, and on deer and similar-sized game, it worked perfectly. Red Oak, White, or Chestnut for Deer Herd? The.250-3000 also serves as the parent case for the.300 Savage, as well as that darling of the varmint community, the.22-250 Remington. The ballistic performance based off four grain types for velocity is 3,170 ft/s (75 gr), 2,997 ft/s (90 gr), 2,864 ft/s (100 gr), 2,652 ft/s (117 gr). bullets mirrors the velocity of the.243 Win. In 1915 Charles Newton of Newton Rifle Co. fame created a rifle cartridge for Savage Arms to showcase in the excellent Savage 99 lever rifle. Charles Newton designed the 250-3000 Savage case to fit the popular Savage Model 99 lever-actionrifle. [3], Currently there are very few new firearms being made in .250 Savage. The .250 Ackley is the same basic cartridge with a steeper shoulder and with the sides blown-out or straightened to increase powder space. The name comes from its original manufacturer, Savage Arms, and the fact that the original load achieved a 3,000 ft/s (910 m/s) velocity with an 87 grain (5.6 g) bullet. Newton recommended loading 100 grain (6.5 g) bullets at 2800 ft/s (850 m/s); but Savage Arms reduced bullet weight to obtain a velocity of 3,000 ft/s (910 m/s), making it the first American cartridge capable of that velocity. .225 Winchester, .224 Weatherby Magnum, .250 Savage, .35 Remington, .22-250 Remington. Performance is very close to the .257 Roberts. It has a 1:10 … Newton recommended loading 100 grain (6.5 g) bullets at 2800 ft/s (850 m/s); but Savage Arms reduced bullet weight to obtain a velocity of 3,000 ft/s (910 m/s), making it the first American cartridge capable of that velocity. The.250-3000 Savage is better known as the.250 Savage and was an original design from … Norma is a registered trademark of RUAG Ammotec, a RUAG Group Company | Copyright © 2020 RUAG Ammotec GmbH, Blue Sheep Hunt in the Himalayan Mountains, Things to think about before your first moose hunt, Choosing the right bullet for wild boar hunting, African Swine Fever - A hunter's new bane, Ammo Selection Guide for White-Tailed Deer, Cartridge of the month: 470 Nitro Express, Norma BONDSTRIKE™ 6.5 field test at 1000 meters, EVOSTRIKE VS TIPSTRIKE in ballistic gelatin, Cartridge of the month: 300 Winchester Magnum, Video: Free range hunting in South Africa - Part 1, Video: Free range hunting in South Africa - Part 2, Video: Free range hunting in South Africa - Part 3, Video: Free range hunting in South Africa - Part 4, Five things to keep in mind before the buck premiere, Video: Three ways to shoot from a high stand, Tradition meets technology - Thermal and night vision.