I have talked and talked to people and I thought this would be the best place to ask before I pull the trigger on a new gun. I am new to the Alaska Interior, and came up here with a Tikka whitetail hunter .270 SS/LS w/VX II 3x9x40. I plan to enjoy everything that this great state has to offer and realize that my current rifle doesn't exactly cut the mustard for all.
I have looked into the "Best Caliber for Alaska" thread, and the way I read this is that if you could only have "one" gun which would it be. But if you already had a .270 would stepping up to a .300 or .338 really be wise?
I've looked at the Browning A-Bolt 375 H&H w/BOSS. But haven't seen very many reviews for this rifle. My plan was to pair this rifle with either a VX-II or Ziess Conquest 3x9x40. Would this make a good combo, or is there another option that y'all recommend?
Thanks in advance