Well... figured I haven't (that I know of) really upset anyone on THIS board yet so here goes.
As some of you may know I'm not in Alaska full time YET so some of these statements may go a bit wide of the mark.
I teach Hunter Ed and am frequently asked that age old question..............."What gun should I buy"? (Deep breath). Of course I ask all the questions each of you would ask, (I hope) and then hear all the junk these poor people are being told. Whats so bad about a.243/6mm .308,.270, .30-06,7(8) x57 or .300/.338 Win Mags? I'm sure I missed someone's favorite round but I HOPE y'all get the gist of my post.
Many here reload (I do) however, many of my students never will and whats with all this WSM/WSSM hype? Am I missing something? What does this .325 WSM do that another older round won't just as well?
Guess I'm kinda old school but sheesh!
OK, thanks for hearing me out and yes I'm willing to learn something too. By the way, my Alaska rifle is a .338-06 on a BRNO action, so I'm not TOTALLY without the desire to be different.