I have a Pre-64, 1959 by the numbers, that I inherited which is chambered as .230 LLF. The round was a wildcat made by a single gunshop in Eugene, OR decades ago. It is a .243 cartridge necked down to .230 with a 70 g. bullet. Not being able to find commercially available bullets I want to rebarrel it into something I can use here in Alaska.
Here is my question, if you had this gun what would you chamber it for, and what could I chamber it for? I already have a .338WM for big game.