I'd use AA2460 powder.
30/06 - 46.5 gr. with Hornady Soft Points
Any semi-auto that operates with a op-rod and spring needs the correct ignition and burn to snap it back quickly. Faster burning powders are best. Slower burning powders develop pressure over a longer period of time and thus cause damage. In MOST cases, standard factory offerings should be OK, as they're designed to shoot in just about any gun. You'd have a better all around load by reloading your own and finding the actual load that your rilfe likes best.
* This load is safe in my M1 and M70 and shoots MOA or better. Work up all loads accordingly.