Originally Posted by sp6x6
I got one as a job perk about 5-6 years ago.Browning ss abolt. Shot pretty good.I have several friends that shoot 8mmRM.I shot a 340 wby for lots of years so the 325 wsm seemed like a p-shooter to me. But I shot several elk and my son pushing 600 yrds and my best mule deer since rifle was such a nice packer. Mag is restictive and I have bench buddies that shoot 300 wsm
off a 270 case with better shoulder and same 200 grain bullet with better results,bullet selection poor. I do like the rifle for timber hunts,but would rather have one of my 338 normas
Thanks for your experienced comment! MontanaRilfeman suggested almost the same than you did, so the 325 WSM is kind of a one - way street. From what I know is there still hope for the good 8mms like 8 mm RM, 8x68S and others. In the USA, Hornady starts doing a good and promising work on the 8mms. At last they came out with a new 323' SST with 175gr. for LR and later on there will surely be a 220gr version of it for the hotties.
The same thing can be watched in Europe, good bullets are to come and the 8 mms finally will get the high ranked place they deserve.