I picked up a Winchester M70 Coyote Lite 325 wsm with the blued fluted barrel a few years ago from a buddy who put less than a box of shells through it. I have only shot it a couple times at the range - it has been my back up elk rifle. I put a vortex HSLR 4-16x44 on it. My go to rifle has been a 270 wsm in browning xbolt medallion the last couple years. The Xbolt got a little beat up this fall and I am thinking about using her a little more carefully in the future and trying to come up with a different go to rifle for mule deer and elk...I really like the coyote lite rifle - I like how this has a blued fluted barrel, and I like the heavier contour barrel and how light the gun is blah blah blah, I am just not sure I know much about or love the 325 wsm. I have been comfortable shooting elk and deer out to 800 yards with the 270 wsm, most of my shots are between 300-500, but I want to be able to extend beyond that if I need to. I have several rifles smaller than the 270 wsm (25-06, 260, 243 etc). So, here is my question - those of you who are familiar with the 325 wsm, should I keep it? Will it do everything I want it to? Should I dump it and look for something a little more known for reaching out there? I have listed the 325 wsm and pulled it back several times, had some offers on it, good ones at that, and backed off. Its like I think its kind of a cool round, but maybe I could do better...maybe if I give it an honest go, I could learn to love it? I think I really like the coyote lite platform but am on the fence with the caliber. Let me know what you think..