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.300 WSM Recommended Rifle?

Which brand/action type rifle would you choose in this caliber? Thx.

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.300 WSM Recommended Rifle?

Bolt Action for dependability, accuracy, cleaning.
Remington is my faourite but there are just so many quality firearms on the market.
Were you looking at any particular brand ?

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.300 WSM Recommended Rifle?

I like everything hammer said. One question though... does remington offer rifles in the 300 wsm caliber now or are they still offering their 300 SAUM? Think

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.300 WSM Recommended Rifle?
Hammer1 wrote:
Bolt Action for dependability, accuracy, cleaning.
Remington is my faourite but there are just so many quality firearms on the market.
Were you looking at any particular brand ?

I was thinking Remington possibly, or even Browning. Thx for the reply.

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300wsm

Was looking through Rem 2006 catalog and they offer the Model 7 And 700 in 300wsm and 270wsm to bad they don,t make the 7mm

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.300 WSM Recommended Rifle?

If your still looking for a rifle in 300wsm.
I bought a Browning Micro Hunter in 300wsm and have nothing but good things to say about it. With a 2x-7x 32 Leupold it weights in at 7lbs. I can tote that rifle around any terrain all day and the recoil is very tolerable. I'm sure the tolerable recoil has everything to do with the stock design.

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.300 WSM Recommended Rifle?

I've got a Remington 700 XCR in .300 WSM and IMO it's just about perfect -- easy to carry, great shooting, and practically invincible when it comes to the weather.

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