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Old September 4, 2012, 03:18 PM   #4
chewie146
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Location: New Mexico
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I haven't used a .30-30, but I've used .30-06 and .270s. The .30-30 is responsible for a lot of first elk around here, as it's an easy shooting caliber with plenty of oomph for elk. Shoot the bullet that's the most accurate for you and put it in the boiler room. Center-punch the lungs and they won't go far.
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