Big game hunting requires a very specific approach to picking ammunition that keeps you safe and does the job it’s intended to do. Whether you use an intermediate sized cartridge (like the .416 Remington Magnum) or use the monster cartridge (a .505 Gibbs), picking the right ammo for the job is essential. Read this post for additional details to help you pick the right size for the job.
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