A few magnums sq. off as we speak, each of that are extremely appropriate for an elk hunt. One cartridge is well-known, and the opposite, not a lot. The .300 Winchester Magnum doesn’t require a lot introduction. Since 1963 it has been taking pictures .30-caliber bullets far, quick, and flat, and it stays our hottest .300 magnum. The 7×61 Sharpe and Hart was developed within the 50s from a necked-down .300 H&H case. Sharpe and Hart satisfied Danish gunmaker Schultz and Larsen to construct rifles for it, and, for a time, Norma loaded the spherical. At the moment, if you wish to shoot it, you’d should handload.
Harolds’s Schultz and Larsen
I actually should not go to gun reveals! I discover issues like this undesirable Schultz & Larsen M65 in 7X61 Sharpe & Hart and simply needed to take it dwelling with me. Fortuitously, it got here with dies and brass—together with 100 unfired Norma instances. I have not accomplished a lot taking pictures with it, however this case will probably be rectified quickly.
These weapons have a status for terrific energy and accuracy. The metalwork is unbelievable. Apparently sufficient, whereas the inletting and checkering of the inventory is great, the piece of wooden and its end are fairly plain. I took the bolt out to indicate its 4 giant locking lugs within the rear. Again within the 50s it was thought of the strongest motion made. Roy Weatherby used it for some time for his rifles and borrowed a few of its options when he designed his Mark V motion. Hopefully, I am going to bag a critter or two with it this fall.
Doug’s X-Bolt Medallion
I received this Browning rifle on the 2015 native Rocky Mountain Elk Basis chapter banquet. The inventory is extremely figured maple with black walnut accents. I’ve shot it at an area vary, and it shoots as nice because it appears. The place I hunt, .300 Win Magazine is a bit a lot, so, till I get out West or hunt some sport bigger than whitetail, it will likely be a protected queen that makes occasional journeys to the vary.
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