Howdy folks, so im new to both this site and truly LR hunting in General. Meaning I never set out with the idea of a 3,4,or 500 yd and beyond shot being the end goal. Over the years due to population growth and tech advancements life & hunting have changed in Alaska forever Im afraid. the days of driving to hunt and 100 yd or less shots are pretty well gone, cuz the critters are keen on humans and hunting season. Im faced with that reality, no problem. I love to shoot, and shooting long range is fun and a challenge. I have a Remington Long action I want to build a true Long Range rifle with. Age old question time. What Cartridge/chambering is really best for Alaska and LR hunting? Im not impressed by the ultra mag family so if anyone has some ideas and wants to share that'd be awesome. Im pretty sure this is an tiring question for many here. Sorry to be that guy. I've read a bunch here & other places & still cant make my decision. main target/s Moose and Caribou maybe sheep and goats but not so much. I would say I could never bring myself to shoot at game over 700 yards but then I never had equipment that could do it & never had the opportunity presented either. I kind of favor 30-06/ 270 Win non magnum Cartridges but this is a new world for this beat up Marine. Thanks & hope its not too boring a question.