There are several here, that have taken elk, at very respectable distances as well, and were DRT. An example of what I think your speaking of, is that I used to use a 145 LRX, Barnes, pushed at 3460, 1/4 minute groups all day, and nothing walked, and never recovered a bullet. Now, Enter such a bullet as the Hammer Hunter, or Ultimate, and you've added even better terminal performance, and as good or better accuracy. This round, is truly the sweetheart of the super mags, in 7MMS. There are bigger, but none better. The seven bore has a bit of built in magic because of the bc. Premium bullets, speed and accuracy spells hunter confidence, and no tracking. This round is really easy to load for. RL25, was my angel dust. There are others that do well. Read your targets, watch your barrel heat, get good brass, and keep it that way. Read back in the earlier threads in this blog, you'll get the passion!So those of you that have been around the stw much longer do you feel this caliber punches above it’s weight class? For reference some people my self included feel the 257 wby punch’s with way more weight that it’s given credit for.