First i would like to thank you all for a great forum, and introduce myself. I'm from Norway. I work as a Helicopter pilot. I am an long range competition shooter. I am 25 years old. In Norway we have this funny new laws that state that you can only own 6 firearms for hunting. The only upside is that barrels only counts as a gun part, so we can have as many different calibers as we wont as long as we are able to swap them out ourself, system rifles. I have a wide variety of competition rifles in different calibers, and a remington 700 in .308 for hunting. I am now looking into buying a system rifle that is lightweight. I am looking at primarly the Blaser R93, but also others like the Sauer 202, mauser m03 and others. I am pretty much set on the 6,5x55 for long range deer hunting, the .308 chopped to 16'' and suppressed for late night fox hunting, and I am unsure about a last caliber for long range elk hunting and possibly a bear hunting trip in the future. as I see it the 7mm rem. mag and the .300wm is my two best options, which one should I pick? I have read the article whats wrong with .30 cal by brian litz, and I still keep on arguing with myself, which one is better. Stopping power and ballistic performance is is my two major concerns. I reload myself of course I know its possible to use all these calibers at short ranges for elk/moose, but what about the big bears?