xphunter is right on the money. And as to the 6.5x50R IMP, it's a dandy and a solid 100 fps better than the 6.5 JDJ given 14" barrels. In mine, I ran the 120 grain BTs at 2520 fps and the 120 grain Speers just over 2500 fps.
The only drawback to the cartridge is brass. New RWS brass is PRICEY. Huntington's carried fired RWS brass, but it was still a dollar+ a case, and some were in poor, poor condition. Hirtenberger brass, well...let's just say I don't want any more of it. The first lot I bought was decent. The next batch -- a rather large amount -- had necks so thin that you could not get ample tension to hold a bullet in place. Taking them back down to 6mm helped a bit, so a 6x50R IMP is the next caliber on my agenda as I have a ton of this Hirtenberger brass laying around my loading desk.
Another plus of the rounds based on the 5.6x50R is that you do not need custom dies. The TCU series works fine on the body, and if you ever get to a point where you need to size the web area, an opened-up .357 Mag die will do nicely.
The 30-30 AI is a terrific performer in a 14" barrel and is a dynamite deer dropper with the 125 grain BT. The 150 grain BT does quite well also.