I have the Remington BDL LH(left hand) in the 270 calibre. It is as fine a rifle as your going to find or I wouldn't been using it since 1979.
As ChesterGolf said: the difference between ADL &BDL is strickly cosmetic.
Well mostly cosmetic. The ADL doesn't have a detachable hinged floorplate. Cartridges are inserted thru the action opening on the ADL but can be inserted thru the floorplate on the BDL. Cartridges in the BDL drop out the bottom to unload but on the ADL come out the action. The BDL also has two action screws but the ADL has a third thru the front of the trigger guard that holds on the trigger guard. That screw tightened to much can change point of impact. Other than that the actions are the same.
The goal of all hunters is a quick, humane kill where the animal drops in it's tracks and is dead within seconds. But in a pursuit that has as many variables as hunting, sometimes things don't quite go according to plan. However, game can be tracked and recovered with the right skills and with patience.
First of all, you need to wait the right amount of time after the shot before tracking a wounded animal. I've heard estimates of waiting 30 minutes for a hit in the vitals and 5-8 hours for a...