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:? Hey, dose the .308 win pack enough punch to take 200 + lb. hogs, out to 200 yards. I'm thinking of geting a .308 win. in a Kimber Classic to replace my winchester .243. I will be using it as an all around gun (deer, yotes, hogs). What is your opinion on this setup? Thanks for your time, Justin
 

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Thanks Zachary!

:shock: Thanks, the reason I asked is because my (know it all) cousin told me that the .308 win. is only a small step above the .243 win. Haveing never shot or even seen a .308 before I belived him. Not that I have eny thing against the .243, I took my first two deer and my first two hogs with one. But the hogs were not huge. Both were about 50-60 lbs. One shot in the rear right ham so that the slug came to rest in a front left rib, I still have the slug. Thats pretty good penitration,but I need something with a little more PUNCH for real big hogs. :gun4:
 
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