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:lol: I just won my first Grizzly limited entry draw here in B.C. and depending on conditions will be using three different rifles during my hunt this fall. :lol:

1. Marlin 1895GS with 550gr Crater's @ 1580fps
2. s/s Rem 700 300 RUM with 200gr Swift A-Frames @ 3250fps
3. s/s Rem 700 375 RUM with 260gr Nosler Accubonds @ 3000fps and 300gr Partitions @ 2800fps.

Are these appropriate loads for grizzly or should I be loading up something different?

Thanks for any info or thoughts,
Cam
 

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The loads you listed sound adiquate, pick one and go with it. But why are you taking three guns? Pick the one you shoot the best and use it.
 

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I'm taking 3 guns because I can.........

I shoot them all equally well and I will be hunting in different types of terrain.

Grizzly is not the only animal that I will be hunting on my trips this fall. I will also be hunting for Moose, Mule deer, Whitetail deer, Coastal Blacktail, Mountain Goat, Black bears (if it's 7'+), and Wolves.

I'll also have tags for Wolverine, Thinhorn Mountain Sheep, Cariboo, and Cougar and will hopefully fill them if I'm lucky enough to see any of these animals.

I'll also have my Browning BL22 22lr for grouse.

"WOW" living and hunting in B.C. is great........
 
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