Ok, here is the deal. I just bought my dream gun, a Browning BAR MKII Safari in 300 win mag. I like this gun so much that I want to take it deer hunting in Wisconsin. But....I do not want to shoot a deer, at typical ~75yrd ranges with this. It would just make a mess. Not to mention that the boss pays for the whole thing and a pulped deer would be disrespectful. So.... I understand that H4895 can be used for "youth" loads, and basicly take your rifle ballistics down to pistol velocities....safely, or so says Hodgdon. My question: Has anyone tried to tame their belted magnums down to say...308 ballistics? Is this feasible? Any suggested loads I can use? Max 300 wm load for this powder, 168gn bullet is 59 grains. Theoretically I can take this down to 35 grns of powder (60% rule, Hodgdon H4895) This is less than even .308, which is 43grns (all same bullet weight) I am very curious if anyone else has done this, and their results Thanks!