Discussion in 'Firearms & Ammunition' started by 505ED, Sep 22, 2010.
Polev's bullet ("pulja Poleva") -
(old - left - is the best)
The bullet is perfect in accuracy, including from the choke, and trouble-free in reloading. In a sense, this is Brenneke at a modern technical level.
7,62x54R. Like 308, but more usable in double.
Not everyone knows that from this caliber you can shoot 308 cartridges, especially in a brass brass. True, you need a strong ramrod for reloading.
Favorites . . .
22-250 - Perfect for most animals. Hits well above it's weight class.
257 Roberts (Ackley version too) - Awesome
9.3x62 - Taylor & Aagaard put it succinctly, a work horse that always gets the job done. All time favorite.
* 257 caliber rifles produce dramatic results on game animals.
* 9.3 - hands down, if I was limited to just one caliber.
* 416 - well, you just gotta have a heavy.
Since I'm bound to only 3 here we go:
1. Win M70 243
2. Win M70 300 Win Mag
3. Win M70 375 H&H
The do all, be all Trio of death for this guy.
Excellent choices! Hard to argue with these. Varmint all the way up to dangerous game.
7mm rem mag
318 Westly Richards
Damm you all for only 3
@perttime Took longer than I antisipated but here you go.
W.D.M. "Karamojo" Bell is back....
Though I think Bell used a .220 Swift on Scottish red deer (But ballisticly a very similar idea!)
30-30, the rifle that started my love for Hunting, and kept me up reading old outdoor life magazines in my youth.
.270 my go to, has never ever. Let me down.
.350 rem Mag, most underrated caliber ever made. It hits Big Game like a sledgehammer, and the ballistics don’t back it up. It just does......
Iv'e had many favorites over the years but my current picks are :
>338 win mag
I feel like I'm cheating on my 7x57 ,.270 , .17 Rem.
My vote would be the 7x57, 30-06, and 9.3x62
Man that is a tough choice.
7mm Rem. mag
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