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    I have a few different calibers in the safe but I have to say my .270 Winchester handloaded with Accubond 140s has to be my go to for deer and elk. Real thumper.

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    .300 win mag for me but I am loving my new 6.5 creedmoor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    If I had to pick just one, it would be hard for me to pick between my 30-06 and .300 Wby. I think it would be the .300 because of better performance with 180 gr and above bullets.

    I shoot a 25-06 on deer, antelope and feral hogs and love the caliber, but I don't think it has enough oomph (shooting a 117 gr bullet) for elk or moose.
    CC, it seems like I'm in agreement with about everything you post. I shoot a 300 win mag and a 25-06. Pretty much handles anything I hunt. 180 accubonds shoot real well from my 300. If you don't mind my asking, what do you shoot in your Wby?
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    30-06 for me.

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    I shoot 86.5 gr Reloader 25, 180 gr Nosler Partition & Lg Rifle Mag primer. Getting right at 3200 FPS. I also have a load for 150 gr but don't remember exactly what I'm using powder wise. Bullet is a 150 gr Sierra Game King BT.
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    For me it is tough to pick between my 7 mag shooting 160 grain partitions or my 280 with 140 grain accubonds

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    Probly 270 shooting 130 grain corlokts. Because its so versatile but mainly because mr oconnor said so.
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    300 RUM a lot of people dont like them mine shoots a 168gr barns at 3280 fps probably the flattest shooting 300 out there its a little heavy but its dead on for a long poke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kentucky hunter View Post
    300 RUM a lot of people dont like them mine shoots a 168gr barns at 3280 fps probably the flattest shooting 300 out there its a little heavy but its dead on for a long poke
    So your saying no "Kentucky" windage?

 

 
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