First moose hunt, bull tag in Maine Zone 2.....

by Rob

Tyrone's NL Moose

Tyrone's NL Moose

Took almost 25 years but I fianlly got the tag.


I'm sure I'll be hanging around here and asking more questions but let's start off with cartridge.

I was under the impression they are not too hard to kill and although I am not recoil shy I figured I'd be fine with a .308 180 grain or a .358 200 grain. I can also use a 30.06.

Leaning towards the .358 becuse the gun is a Savage 99 and I get into the traditional aspect of it.

The .308 is a MRC I built myself, plastic stock and stainless steel, it's going to be coming no matter as the foul weather choice.

The 30.06 is a Rem. 720, another vintage gun.

Are any of these bad choices with a medium power scope?

What range should I expect to be shooting at in the Maine woods?


thanks,

Rob


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Which Moose Rifle to Choose
by: Mark - The Mooseman

Those are all good moose hunting rifle choices Rob. Pick the one you practice a lot with and have confidence in.

Nothing is hard to kill with correct shot placement. And correct shot placement is key!

Hopefully someone else can shed some light on distances you'll have to shoot at in Maine.

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