The uploader aaron0313 wanted to find out which round is more accurate by documenting it with a video. Over the course of many years and many conversations he had with friends, the discussion of which from the .308 and 30-06 round is more accurate has always come up. Many commented that the .308 is ahead of the competition. Curious, he decided to do a test to see for himself if indeed this is true.
For the test he used a Remington bolt action rifle, taking 4 shots for each of the ammunition at a distance of 100 yards. To make the comparison easier, and more believable, he used the same paper for both bullets. He also gave a brief background about himself, citing his years of expertise and military experience just to further assure viewers that whatever reviews he made can be relied upon.
Aaron0313 used the Remington with a scope and a bipod to steady his shots. He first tested the 30-06 four times with the video panning to him and the target paper after and before every shot. Then he tested the .308 next, and the video pans from him and the paper, too. It is evident in the result that the .308 is indeed more accurate because the groupings of the 4 shots were closer than those of the 30-06.
After that, he also mentioned that he shot the 30-06 with a Remington 710 which he had problems with. Even though the bolt was in the locked position when he pulled it the bolt slid all the way out, this annoyed him greatly. So he recommends using the Remington 700 instead to avoid this problem.