Originally Posted by BlackSS
It's going to take some trial and error to see which ammor your gun likes. It may not be the most expensive custom ammo you can find, but chances are it's not going to be the cheapest either. You're going to have to try a bunch of different ammo, but for that range you are likely going to have a tough time finding a factory ammo that is just right.
Start with factory ammo that has the bullets and the ballistics you want for the particular
game you will be hunting. buy one box at a time and shoot with a clean barrel each time
you change ammo so you can compare apples to apples.
Hornady, Federal and Remington load good ammo with custom bullets that won't break
the bank. Try them first and you may be surprised how well they shoot if you find the
If you don't find any of this ammo that will shoot then try the more expensive stuff.
Loading is all ways the best rout to take but sometimes one of the factory brands shoots
as good as re loads.
The 7 mm Mag has been around for a long time and there is lots of good ammo for it.
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