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Old January 17, 2013, 01:48 AM   #1
softmentor
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choosing a 300 win mag

I've been shooting an old 303 WWII era (was grandfathers before mine) for a long time. I think it's time to finally go new. Want to move up to a 300 win mag, for a little more punch and range. Maybe see an elk. definitely don't need to win the Olympics, but I do love seeing holes in my target touch each other. So, a good solid shooter that will last the next 70 years like the ol' 303 has.
I've held the Rem 700 and the Thompson Dimension. Like them both, maybe the Thompson a little more for the husky for-stock (I have large hands).
I'm not one to do a whole lot of customizing, I like out-of-the-box good shooting. I very much like USA made, although I like HK for semi-auto, I like S&W revolvers. I'll go with something not made in USA if it's that much better.
Basically want a good solid shooter.
so, hope that gives you an idea of what I'm looking for. Do y'all recomend the Thompson? Remington? or recomend something else.
Pros and cons and opinions wanted
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