Seems most 30-06's like 165 for some reason and they seem to be comfortable with many different powders.I've had a good luck with 180's and RL 22. Shooting into about an inch or just under in my 1958 vintage Model 70.
But I've usually just stuck with the 165's and 57-58 grains of IMR 4350. Even between Barnes TTSX, Nosler Partitions, Hornady Interlocks & Interbonds, and a few others I've tried, both of my 06's love the 165s.
And my reloading room is in the basement, where it never gets above 65 degrees.
The normal Accubond will hold together better in a 180. Mtnmuley is steering you straight.Yeah. Hardly a fair comparison. The 210 in a .300 RUM. You ought to look at the 180 Accubond. Or 165. Both better suited to the .06 and it's capabilities. If you have to have the heavy, even a 200 grain Accubond. Just my opinion. mtmuley