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Old October 17, 2012, 02:20 PM   #3
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I also use a .260 for much of my hunting. It is the perfect combination of low-recoil, high-energy, and accuracy. Put it this way - any pig you shoot in the neck/head is going to go down whether you are using a .223 or a 45/70. However, since neck/head shots don't always come along having something that will do the job with a chest shot really does come in handy. Personally, I'd leave the .223 at home - but that's just me.
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