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    Savage Bearhunter in 300 or 325 wsm

    I am looking for info on accuracy groups ammo used etc. on this rifle need a little help in California thx.

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    Not exactly sure what you're asking, but I'll try. Between the 300 wsm and 325 wsm, I'd choose the 300. As far as accuracy goes, it's a Savage... so yeah, it's accurate.
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    You will have no trouble finding 300 shells any were. You might have trouble with the 325. If you dont reload...

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    In the 4 cartridges it comes in I would buy the 338 as first choice and the 300 Winchester as second. I would not buy a WSM, as I wouldn't want to deal with it feeding.

    I have owned 2 WSM rifles before one Browning A-Bolt one Winchester M70. Neither fed from the factory even after fighting with them. A friend owns a Kimber 84 in 300 WSM it feeds moderatly well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edelweiss View Post
    In the 4 cartridges it comes in I would buy the 338 as first choice and the 300 Winchester as second. I would not buy a WSM, as I wouldn't want to deal with it feeding.

    I have owned 2 WSM rifles before one Browning A-Bolt one Winchester M70. Neither fed from the factory even after fighting with them. A friend owns a Kimber 84 in 300 WSM it feeds moderatly well.
    I have a Savage Striker in 300 WSM, and have had no issues with feeding. Too bad Savage did not offer the old .358 Norma in the Bear Hunter.
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