well guess i should say i have a few others ..my go to deer gun is my grandfathers pre 64 model 70 he gave me in .270. and i have various others. and yes ,u cant get bear hunter in 7mm from what i can tell. so if its the 7mm has to be lrh or what
You could always call Savage and have them build the bear hunter and chamber it in 7mm RM for you. They will do that.
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Out to 800yds, the 7 mag is enough gun for virtually all N. American game if you put it in the right place.
If you are planning on shooting beyond that range at elk and other big game then you need to move up to the 300's, 325wsm (if you want to stick to SA's) or 338's as they carry far more energy down range.
Then of course you have to establish where your comfort level is with recoil because the bigger you go, the higher price you will pay there.
If you decide on the big 300's and 338's as likely candidates I'd strongly suggest finding someone who has one who would let you shoot it for a few rounds to see if you can tolerate it.
Recoil rarely matters in the field because you just don't notice it due to excitement, but when practicing/sighting in, it can play a big and painful factor.
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