For most of the shots you take with a rifle, you, the ‘squishy human component,’ are responsible for much of the lost accuracy. Now imagine that we’ve removed the human from the equation.
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The 1903 is a rifle. Chambered in .30-06 (‘thirty ought six’), it’s made of wood, metal, and a firm butt plate and weighs a bit over 8 ½ lbs. It’s a bolt action rifle that has been around since (you guessed it) 1903. Originally named the “United States Rifle, Caliber .30-06, Model 1903”, it’s now colloquially (and officially) named the “Springfield M1903.”