Looking for experinces and suggestions on hunting sheep with a .308. Also bullets? I have a family hunt booked in Kodiak for deer & goat over turkey day this year and also have a sheep hunt scheduled for 2015 in the Alaskan Range for my youngest daughter. We presently own 2ea youth model's .308 Weatherby Vangard II's (20" barrel's). One is the wifes and one is Kara's. I have done little hunting for sheep & goats except one harvested goat almost 20 years ago. I primarily hunt with my old .300 Rem but it seems obvious to take both .308's on the sheep hunt. Reasons would be that the rifles are light, same ammo, and incase something happens to one rifle, Kara can still shoot the other. Concerns I mostly have are what type of bullets to use for sheep & goat. Things like bullet drop and velocity. I have read more then once here that sheep arn't necessary hard to kill while goats can be tougher to bring down. Currently we are shootiing 150gr Barnes and the rifle REALLY likes them but we have only shot moose close up and a few caribou under 150 yards. Thoughts?