What's your favorite Deer Caliber?

Discussion in 'Rifles' started by TXgolfer, Jul 17, 2008.

  1. TXgolfer

    TXgolfer New Member

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    I'm shooting a Rem 700 in 270, I just installed a Jewell Trigger Last night. I think Shes gonna be sweeter than ever now. Anyway I'm kinda new to shooting/Hunting, im always looking for something new, so let me know whats your favorites are...........
     


  2. Kerbouchard

    Kerbouchard Member

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    Bolt Action 30.06
     
  3. phatcyclist

    phatcyclist Active Member

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    I have taken two deer with 7.62x54R, so it is my most successful caliber. I've got a nice .308 bolt-action that I just got sighted in, so hopefully next season I'll have some luck with it.
     
  4. AR15Vern

    AR15Vern New Member

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    Small 25-06
    Large 325 WSM
     
  5. TXgolfer

    TXgolfer New Member

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    Ive really been thinking about a .308. Let me know how you do with it. Ballistics seem nice~
     
  6. Charlie

    Charlie TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    .44 Magnum (small whitetails or axis).
     
  7. jim t

    jim t Member

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    I have taken deer with 7.62x39, 30-06, and 7.62x54r. all were very effective. and the bumper of 4 cars lol
     
  8. mac79912

    mac79912 Well-Known

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    30-30 is pretty good for me.Going to try out my new 308 this season.
     
  9. TSU45

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    .25-06 w/ 115gr Ballistic Silvertips ~ 3050fps
     
  10. sykostanger

    sykostanger New Member

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    .223 or .308 i have the remington SPS Varmint in .308 its a pretty sweet shooter for the price.
     

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