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Unread 08-28-2006, 08:36 PM
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You now have three votes in favor of a muzzle braked larger, more potent cartridge. Put a Limb Saver pad on the ouch end and a large brake on a well prepared rifle, bedded, sighted, trued, zeroed and PRACTICED WITH, and you have the best advise from the oldest shooters. I hung up my 308 and have gone to 300wsm's with 180 gr or so and I am 70 with a pin in my shoulder! Remember to get new zeros for the high altitude/ thin air!! Overbore
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    Unread 08-29-2006, 09:43 AM
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    280 remington. You don't need the super magnums> I have owned all the largest super magnums and a freind and there family including wife father son and grandfather shoot the 280 they have accounted for more than hundred elk all one shot kills it is a great rifle.
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