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yep!skull krazy wrote:I think once you get the .300, you'll be deciding on what to do with the 7MM.DeadI wrote: If I do end up with the 300 I have been tossing the idea around of selling it or trading it in for something else. Just thought I would get you guys oppinion. Thanks.
I think there is a lot to the comfort aspect, but if those were to be equal, here are the ballistics:
There you go! That's what I'm talking about. You never know, you might go hunting for big bears in AK or need a reach out and touch someone gun for sheep in the Yukon!DeadI wrote:Yea, and plus. What is the harm of haveing an extra gun. You can never have to many right!
The more people I meet the more I prefer dogs!
The 7mm Rem. Mag. was designed by some rifle nuts that hunted and guided for elk. It was designed to kill elk with the 160 grain (Nosler I believe) bullet. They brought the idea to Remington and they adopted it with misgivings and the rest is history. It was made to specifically kill elk and does a good job. So does the 300 Win. Mag. come to think of it. But it kicks more! Just remember it's always good to have another rifle so take the 300 of course!