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Old December 7, 2018, 09:08 PM   #22
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I was a big .270 fan at distance for many years. Fact of the matter is you learn your drop, practice and be able to make the shot at the distance you feel comfortable. I used my .270 because it was the most accurate rifle I owned but if that rifle had been in .308 then I would have learned to use that out to 500.

Now if I want to take shots over 350 I bring my 300 wsm and 165 Nosler accubonds. In general I want a bullet with good sectional density but still retains its speed. I used 150 Speer Grand slams in .270.

Caliber matters less than how well you know and can shoot your rifle.
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