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Are you a "Keith" style big bullet fan or a "Cactus Jack" style small bullet high velocity fan? Why do you feel that way? Have a

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  • #16
    It all depends on what you are shooting. I have learned that there are big differences in game and hunting conditions that demand flexibility. Speed can't be beat for flat shooting at long range and for improving the lead calculation on running game. Good luck with a .416 Rigby on antelope and prairie dogs! The big thumpers are necessary for very thick skinned game and heavy brush conditions. Good luck with the .25-06 on Cape Buffalo!

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    • #17
      Myles said it best in that having some unshakeable loyalty to one school or the other is foolish. Use the right guns. Use what has been proven on the particular game. Sometimes that's super fast, sometimes it's super huge, sometimes it's in the middle (my favorite).

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      • #18
        Agreed with Happy Myles and + 1 for you sir!!!

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