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I treated myself to a new rifle this year. I looked at many guns, I already own a 30'06 which I use religously. I decided to go

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  • I treated myself to a new rifle this year. I looked at many guns, I already own a 30'06 which I use religously. I decided to go

    I treated myself to a new rifle this year. I looked at many guns, I already own a 30'06 which I use religously. I decided to go with a .257 whetherby magnum vanguard. Walnut stock and stainless steel barrel. Will this gun be able to do the grunt work my '06 was able to do?

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    Before you switch research the cost of ammo. If you handload, that will not be that much of an issue. If you don't, that particular caliber can get very pricey.
    If you plan on elk hunting, you need to be aware that some states do not (or did not) allow that caliber or anything less than .270 for elk. If cost is not an issue, good luck, hope you find out the info on that gun that you need.

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      "Roy Weatherby used this cartridge to kill a rhinoceros"

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