.30-06 Springfield (no ontology)

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.30-06 Springfield (also known as simply .30-06, pronounced Thirty-Aught-Six, more rarely 7.62x63mm) is a rifle cartridge developed in 1906 by Winchester and adopted the same year by the United States Army as a service rifle cartridge, where it remained until the 1980s. It remained the primary service rifle and machine gun cartridge for the US Army for over fifty years, until the advent of the 7.62x51mm NATO, a cartridge which was designed to emulate .30-06 ballistics while using a shorter cartridge. It is perhaps most famous for being the caliber in which the M1 Garand is chambered for.

Mazeworld overview

Type LDV C1 C2 C3 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5
Bullet +5 166% 158% 149% 133% 108% 83% 42% 12%

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  • Available for purchase in a gun shop or a weapon shop in boxes of 20 or bulk cans of 200.
  • Available brands and projectile types:
    • Standard (Regular, SP): FMJ, Match, JSP, JHP, AP, API, SEG
    • Milsurp (Surplus, SP): FMJ, AP, SEG
  • Retail value of a standard round (Reg/FMJ/SP): 7 P$ /round
  • Recoil level: 4 - Heavy'

Handloading information

  • Primer type: Large rifle
  • Powder type: Rifle
  • Projectile type: .308, 150 grain
  • Standard load: 648 pwdr
    • -P load: 583 pwdr
  • Cost of a 50 case box: 108 P$ (2.16 P$/case)
  • Estimated cost to handload 1 standard round (Reg/FMJ/SP): 4.878 P$

Weapons compatible

Standard weapons

Total amount of standard weapons available in this caliber: 8

Class 1 weapons:

  • Colt M1918 BAR (Browning Automatic Rifle), machine gun
  • Enfield M1917, conventional rifle
  • IZHMASH Saiga-100, conventional rifle
  • Ohio Ordnance HCAR, conventional rifle
  • Remington 700 BDL, conventional rifle
  • Springfield M1 Garand, conventional rifle
  • Springfield M1903A3, conventional rifle
  • Springfield M1903A4, precision rifle

Maze Customs

Barrel length groups

Depending on the barrel length of the firearm, a multiplier to Pain and Limb damage is applied. Please refer to the lists of weapons or to the event lines to know your particular weapons' barrel length.

Group name Length range Damage multiplier
Carbine Up to 19.9" 0.8x
Rifle 20" and beyond 1x



See also

Real life information