Originally Posted by bslaney
I may be interested in that clinic, but I have a different question. I have access to either a Rem. 770 in .30-06 or a belgian-made Browning Safari in .300WM. Which of those would be the better choice for this class? Obviously the Safari is going to be more accurate, but I'm a little worried about the increased recoil in match loads.
Of those two, the 30-06 would work if it has a heavy barrel.
I would not shoot one of our clinics with a hunting weight barrel.
The recoil will take all the fun out of the shooting to the point that you will not be able to concentrate and learn.
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