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Dangerous game rifles?

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  • #46
    Originally posted by BEAR View Post
    I think every hunter needs at least one Dangerous Game Rifle. One never knows when events could open up a once in a lifetime opening for 'that big hunt".

    I think the 9.3x62 is the place to start...works on elk, moose, griz, black bear and boar.. wouldn't be out of place on whitetail too.

    One can always load down.
    The same can be said for the 375 H&H. If buying a new DGR I would get a 375 Ruger. I don't know about cartridge availability in Africa but for sure there is plenty of ammo for it in Alaska.
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    • #47
      I built a double rifle chambered in 416 Flanged. I have shot elk, deer, bear. I loaned the double to a friend that hunted Africa and he shot a "Buff" and several antelope with my rifle. Good rifle!

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      • #48
        curious. what 416 flanged did you build??????Butch Searcy??

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