Hey everyone, I'm hoping someone can help shine some light on this for me. I'm researching cartridges of what I'm going to change a Remington Long Action (I thought) to. It's currently a 30-06. I don't yet own a rifle that has tons of foot pounds of knock down energy. So I was contemplating a 338 RUM. I've never done it, but my dad has always said reloading for a Magnum cartridge is a PITA but the 338 RUM is non belted. While researching I saw a website that states Remington actually have 3 different action lengths; Short, Standard, and Long. I always thought it was either Short or Long, and that the 30-06 was Long. The Standard was new to me. So I dug a little deeper and found some more websites referencing Remington's "standard" action and that the 30-06 is actually a Standard not a Long. On Remington.com I found they list 4 action types; Short, Short Magnum, Long, Long Magnum. That makes more sense to me from what I've always understood. And because the aftermarket stocks I have looked at only come in Short or Long. Where is this "standard" sizing coming from that people talk about the 30-06 belonging to? Is there any truth to that? Thanks!