On that I agree if that was your point. The .35 "WHELEN" or .338-06 are great rounds, had both, but currently only the Whelen. But I have a Ruger 77 Win mag and a post 64 Win mag on the way, just snagged. I remember the first time I ever fired a Win mag. It was in Idaho with factory loads in a model 70 Win. It was illuminating! However compared to the .375 and up its a pussycat, especially if loaded down a tad. I like to shoot 200-225gr bullets in mine using R15 and similar powders for bench target practice.