Hey yall, I am back again with another question. Right now I hunt with a .308 win bolt action, it is my primary and I have it all decked out for long range shots and short range shots. I love this gun so much. However, I dont have a backup gun. I feel like its always important to have a backup gun. I love lever actions as well. I was thinking of a 45-70 for my backup gun. Do yall think thats too big for florida? I know the idea of "use enough power to kill humanely". I get that, but do you think that caliber is too big for florida deer. Will it ruin a lot of the meat? I was thinking of 6.5 creedmoor bolt action or a 45-70 lever.
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