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    I've used a 30.06 for a lot of years & have had a lot of luck with it. But, I have recently picked up a 7mm Remington to try & so far I really like it. I shoot Hornady bullets (SST & now ELD-X) & they have performed really well out of the .06 & the 7mm.
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    I still thing the 300 win mag is a awesome caliber for big game.

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    remington 700, 300 win mag became my all time favorite gun. I use to shoot a 270 for deer and goats and just got to love my 300 win mag more I got a 2nd one. both remington 700s and for factory ammo both shoot barnes ttsx 180 grains 1" groups at 100 yards.

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    I held a Kimber Mountain Ascent the other day. Wow was it nice. Shot well out of the box. 3/4" group at 100. Light as all heck at 5lbs and dare I say I thought the price point was very good for a semi custom gun. Cal was 7mm Rem Mag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slugz View Post
    I held a Kimber Mountain Ascent the other day. Wow was it nice. Shot well out of the box. 3/4" group at 100. Light as all heck at 5lbs and dare I say I thought the price point was very good for a semi custom gun. Cal was 7mm Rem Mag.
    I also held one last week. Very light. I bet they have some good recoil but for the amount a person would shoot it I guess the trade off would be worth it. Be a great gun for carrying.

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    Sako A7 Tecomate 300wsm, 165-168 gr bonded bullets - Grand Slams or A-Frames right now, Harris bipod and Leupold scope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slugz View Post
    I held a Kimber Mountain Ascent the other day. Wow was it nice. Shot well out of the box. 3/4" group at 100. Light as all heck at 5lbs and dare I say I thought the price point was very good for a semi custom gun. Cal was 7mm Rem Mag.
    These guns have been an office favorite after we shoot them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retterath View Post
    I still thing the 300 win mag is a awesome caliber for big game.
    One of my favorites for sure.
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    For me it depends what I'm hunting.... Open terrain where my shots can be over 300 yards? .7mm Remington Magnum with 180 gr. Berger handloads. Timber or more closed country where shots will be under 300 yards? .35 Whelen with 250 gr. Nosler Partitions.

    If I could only have one? .7mm Remington Magnum gets the nod.

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    325 WSM as of late. Remimgton 700 from RHR. 200 grain Partitions at 2900 seem to do the trick. Practice to 500; but so far bulls have been 59(ranged afterwards), 65, 100, and 75.

    Killed them in the past with 264 WM, 338 WM, 348 WCF, and .50 muzzy.

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