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i am looking for a good allaroud gun and am having problems finding one i was looking at .300 weatherby mag but a 30-06 would do the job. i just cant find one for my price and discription? any help:} :jet:
 

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I can guarantee that the Rem 700 in 30-06 will take a deer down with a 150 grain round. That's what I used last season. Yesterday, just for fun I blasted a filled gallon water jug with my Rem 700. Now that's a fun sight for sure. :assult: :jaw: :D
 

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mosin nagant shoots the 7.62x54r

very close to the 30-06, at like a 3rd of the price to
True, but also with about a 10th of the available cartridge loadings of the 30-06. :(

A nice 30-06 bolt action rifle (Remington, Savage, Winchester, Tikka, Weatherby, etc), will serve you perfectly for anything that walks on 90% of the planet. Pretty much anything but a few African giants.

220-grain 30-06 bullets will drop the big stuff, while 150's will be perfect for deer sized. You can also drop down to 125's for smaller animals.
 

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Again, From Experience ...Go with the .300 Win Mag...Especially for Moose!
If you want 1-2 shot Kills...you can use Lighter 150 gr. Bullets for deer and heavier 180 gr. for Elk and Moose, and if you go for Grizzly 180 -220 gr. bullets. Ammo is available any where and Cheaper Than Weatherby ammo !!!
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I vote .30-06' , I am not a fan .300wm or wthby mag. The .300wm does serve many shooters very well though. Any Weatherby will cost $$$ to own, to shoot, to reload for .

I don't recommend 150 grain bullets for moose or elk, they are intended for mule deer and smaller deer etc. I do recommend 180grain bullets for elk or moose.
 
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