I have enjoyed reading the threads on classic hunting cartridges on the AH boards, so I decided to post one of my own. Hypothetically, which classic rifle and chambering would you choose between the .318 Westley Richards, the .333 Jeffery, and the 9.5 Mannlicher-Schoenauer. All of the above took plenty of game in their day and could certainly still be used to great effect, but barring the obvious "I'll take them all", which would it be and why?(or would it be one of the countless other classic medium rifles like the .350 Rigby or the 400/360 Nitro) Personally, I would have to give the slightest of edges to the .318 Westley Richards because of the ability to adapt 30-06 cases in a pinch, plus I've always like the styling of the Westley Richards' rifles. The 9.5 M-S would be a close second because the 1910 rifle is such a work of art and because if I were going to own a .333, the temptation of the .333 OKH would be too great. I look forward to hearing from others who love classic rifles and calibers.