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    I shoot and love the180g accubonds out of my 300...just wish they were cheaper practice-wise

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    Shot a Raven at around 300yds with a 243 and 75gr Hornady V-Max years ago. Looked like black snow falling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Fischer View Post
    Shot a Raven at around 300yds with a 243 and 75gr Hornady V-Max years ago. Looked like black snow falling!
    I'm pretty sure that ravens are Federally protected birds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudge76 View Post
    I'm pretty sure that ravens are Federally protected birds.
    Not true. Local laws vary but there are places they are legal....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckchapman1 View Post
    I can only afford one rifle..............base caliber of .300
    Just out of curiosity what made you settle on the .300 WinMag?
    "Any fool can create a program that is so demanding that it would virtually kill the toughest Marine or hardiest of elite athletes, but not any fool can create a tough program that produces progress without unnecessary pain. ~ Dr. Mel C. Siff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudge76 View Post
    I'm pretty sure that ravens are Federally protected birds.
    Crows are protected migratory birds. They are smaller than Ravens.

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    I've shot everything from whitetail to elk with my .300WM shooting 180grn bullets. I even shot a turkey in the base of the neck once.
    Act justly, love mercy, walk humbly.

    Micah 6:8

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    Use the Barnes 168 TTSX for everything. It will not disappoint.

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    Down range knock down power, has a good flat shooting velocity similar to 30-06 but carries more weight at distance ammunition availablity and I guess being new to long distance 400 max for me more comfortable at 200-250 but I know it’s cheating but using a larger caliber to compensate for poor shooting. I also have a fellow hunter who shoots .300 so I figure I can learn a lot from him and his experience.

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    Down range knock down power, has a good flat shooting velocity similar to 30-06 but carries more weight at distance ammunition availablity and I guess being new to long distance 400 max for me more comfortable at 200-250 but I know its cheating but using a larger caliber to compensate for poor shooting. I also have a fellow hunter who shoots .300 so I figure I can learn a lot from him and his experience.

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