Put me in the 6.5x55, 9.3x62, and the .416 Rigby crowd! Just don't happen to own the last two yet, but am still working on it. The .416 Rigby is real close!
Isn't your double rifle s 9.3x62?of course its a classic as a few here have said the .275(7x57) would be perfect for your smaller cal, and the .404 or .416 RIGBY !! as your bigger one. above that the .500 jeff or .505 gibbs if you can handle them and are looking at bolt action. but with the 275, 9.3x62 and 404 or 416 you would have no reason to buy anything else.......... so is that good or bad.......?
I wonder if that pair might be a two gun battery that does not need another in between. The would cover the same category of hunt needs as the 9.3x62 bracketed by the 7x57 and 404 Jeffery.
I hardly think so as I was intending the 318 / 425 WR pairing to be a second battery to the 7x57 / 9.3x62 / 404 Jeffery trio, so rather than letting the side down, I rather think I am advocating for ADDING another two guns to what might otherwise only have been three for those times when you have to travel light.
Then there is also the 350 and 416 Rigby pairing that might be better suited for a more open ground type of hunt where ranges might be a bit longer. So now we mmight be looking at one three gun and 2 two gun batteries.