I'm looking for any info on just how much I can take out of a 30-06, likely with a 180 grain bullet...and still humanely harvest Moose? Here's my dilemma, I've got a 12 year old granddaughter who is a great shot and has her heart set on trying to bag her 1st moose this year. Her 4 older brothers all hunt and have rifles, but they're not all hunting this year...so she has been shooting one of their 30-06s with a cutdown stock. She's a real trooper in continuing to practice with some federal 180 factory loads I've got, but I see her developing a bad flinch. Her mother and I plan to likely get her a Savage youth model in 7mm-08 for Christmas, but for now it's the borrowed -06. I'm setup to reload that caliber and have been looking at published data on reduced youth loads in that caliber, but most are using lighter bullets. I'm thinking I want a bit more weight and am looking specifically for input from those with experience, just how slow can I push a good quality 180 grain (165-168 maybe if really needed)...and still cleanly and humanely take out a moose, provided she does her part in sending it through the boiler room? Any input from those with similar experience would be much appreciated. Thank you.