I want to get some advice from other long range shooters. I currently shoot a .300 Weatherby for long range deer hunting. My plan is to switch to a smaller caliber that is easier on the shoulder,cheaper to shoot and load for,and just a little more fun to shoot.I mainly will only be hunting whitetails and maybe coyote with the gun. I have narrowed my choices to .25-06 Rem or .308 Win. I currently own a Remington 700 SPS Stainless in .25-06 . The gun is stock but I do intend on doing some necessary work on it to make it all it can be. I will change the trigger and the stock and have the gun glass bedded. I dont intend on getting rid of this gun regardless of the choice in caliber that i make. My question is this . Which caliber is gonna get me the most long range performance for my money. I would like to be able to make 400 yrd shots without a lot of guess work. Can I expect the .25-06 to be as accurate as the .308 in comparable rifles. I would like some one who has experience with both calibers to give me the pros and cons of both.