I'm thinking of pairing my two Sako Rifles in 375 and 9.3x62 for my upcoming Buffalo/Lioness/PG hunt. I'm thinking of loading Barnes TSX or Swift 300 grain bullets in the 375 for buffalo and Eland, and using the 9.3x62 with 250 gr TSX for the rest. I know these two calibers are very similar, but I want to get some use from both rifles, and since they're both Sako 85 rifles, the safety, trigger and stock fit are the same. They also have interchangeable scope rings, so that works if there's a problem with either rifle or scope. I'm also considering paring the 9.3x62 with a 416 of some sort, but I'd like to shoot a buffalo with my Sako 375, since it did so well for me in Australia on Water Buffalo. Am I crazy for taking two such similar calibers?