would I be daft to trade two tikka t3's blue synthetic in .243 and .308 for a sako 85 in .270? have never really warmed to the .308 since buying it and end up using the .243 for 90% of my shooting. I mostly shoot red hinds but shoot 5 or 6 stags a year as well as about 30 foxes and the odd roe. been thinking of this for a while and my thinking is if im going to do it nows the time before the hinds come into season. every time I shoot the .308 im worried about the arc of the bullet, I know its in my head but it affect my confidence in the rifle and makes me grab the .243 every time. plus there is the saying of the man with only one rifle, and only having to remember one lot of ballistics etc. hearts not set on a .270 yet but seems to be a good all rounder for reds down to foxes whilst being pretty flat shooting (similar bullet drop to the .243)
just wondered if anyone has done the same and if they have missed the flexibility of having two rifles?
thanks all and sorry for another calibre thread!!