Which is your pick?
Break out your sandbags, bipods, and spotting scopes, because we are going to squeeze the trigger and let it fly on long-range shooting today!
Jerry, this is me every day of the week, especially concerning the data.I can’t read that. I just want to stay dumb and keep liking the .308
I have too much time invested in learning it.
He rates the 6.5 as being superior to the .308 for hunting everything up to elk, I live on Montana and I can tell you that the 6.5 hasn't proven itself as a superior elk cartridge, in fact, an awful lot of people complain about how it's creating a problem with wounding elk that aren't being recovered and reducing the overall numbers of animals.
Yeah, your part of the state is a lot like mine - hills, hollers, woods and briars. We're lucky to see 300 yards in a straight line unless we know someone with a shooting house overlooking their field.I really love the Creedmore and other long rage calibers on paper, but I only hunt 300 yards and in. I keep circling back to intermediate calibers.