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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Stewart View Post
    To be fair a shotgun with interchangeable barrels can handle all those. In some cases it’s a compromise of course.


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    They don't come with as many barrels and or calibers[rifle] that I want.

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    Except for the small stuff I use 22lr for, my 270 would take care of the rest of my hunting rifle needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canadaman30 View Post
    Except for the small stuff I use 22lr for, my 270 would take care of the rest of my hunting rifle needs.
    Unless we're going to be hunting in BC,Alberta,NWT or The Yukon for large dangerous game (98% of us likely won't be,ever) .270 Win and .270WSM will do it all for Ontario and to the east.
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    I agree with you , beside that I use combination gun for Bear hunting One bullet up to 300 yard and a slug for close range (protection ...) For years I was using my 101 Winchester full / full choke 30 in barrel length when hunting partners who had a rifle with them .
    Now I like to combine two barrels for myself .... when I go alone .
    I was thinking if I would start hunting now I would Buy 270 Win and 12 gage shotgun in Combination mode ....
    I would recommend that to new hunters ( now don't start a fight over that ( my opinion ))....




    Quote Originally Posted by canadaman30 View Post
    Except for the small stuff I use 22lr for, my 270 would take care of the rest of my hunting rifle needs.

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    My Dad has a Zoli that is 20ga over 6.5x55. Its pretty versatile.

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