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jeepkid 12-19-2015 07:39 PM

A .240 Weatherby would be pretty sweet...

Nomercy448 12-19-2015 09:03 PM

Considering that the M77 Tang Safety is a push feed with a button ejector and a claw extractor, I wouldn't waste the money to open the bolt face for WSM. Similarly, the M77 in .270win would be a long action, while the 300wsm is quite comfortable in the short action for which it was designed.

Stick with a standard .473" bolt face, 3.340" long action cartridge. Nothing wrong with a .270win at all.

I do love the 338 A-square though...

Blackelk 01-21-2016 04:44 AM

270 AI would be also sweet. But more hassel with brass and if you don't reload don't bother.

Hummer70 03-19-2016 07:38 PM

30.06 with 180 gr bullet will take care of all that. Get a 12 twist barrel. I like the Douglas 5A contour that will give you a medium weight barrel that you can set back several times if you start off with a 26" barrel. If you are planning on shooting a long time you might consider having a custom reamer made that way all your 30.06 fired cases should be interchangeable since they would be cut with same reamer.

stalkingbear 04-08-2016 06:30 AM

If it was ME, I'd grab a .35 barrel & make it a 35 Whelen. While it's going to kick, it's pretty mild compared to a lot of the magnums. It does hit like the hammer of Thor within 300-350 yards! I really REALLY like the Nosler 225 gr Accubonds terminal performance & accuracy! You'll still need a good pad & brake if the 270 recoil bothers you.

Ridge Runner 04-08-2016 07:09 PM

24" 280 AI if you reload, does away with trimming cases, outperforms the 270 and 30/06.
RR


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