Will soon have a Remington Model 673 so chambered. Why? Well, for something completely different! Never had one and was looking for something new to fool around with and load for. The 673 is based on the Model 7 action, with 22" steel ribbed barrel, iron sights, and laminated wood stock. A lot of those around are missing the rear sight because it interferes with longer scopes. I found one with a scope base and rear sight intact. Due to the short mag length, longer and heavier bullets can be an issue but I have quite a few 225 Sierra's to try in it and if I just have to shoot 250 gr bullets at something, I have a .35 Whelen. The GB seller says he was having great accuracy with 200 gr Barnes Triple Shocks and TAC powder. The charge he told me sounded insane but the Barnes book says his load is under max. May have to give those a try. In the meantime I have some TAC and already loaded some rounds, left them a bit long in case the mag box allows over 2.8". Its been around since '65 and is basically the original short magnum. Biggest problem is the scarcity of affordable Remington brass, though Nosler makes it now also, just expensive. Should be interesting...will post a pic when I get it.