I was thinking of getting a Browning BLR in .358 Winchester. I have a .308 Winchester Tikka T3, the usual UK stalking set up, and it works great, and for static shots brilliant. The BLR is an idea for French driven hunts with boar, but also more closer range southern UK woodland deer and boar stalking and getting up and down in high seats. I was thinking of the breakdown model and putting a 1X6 power scope on it, so it could handle quick driven, but I could if I had to take a 200m shot static. And stick in in a hardcase for all types of travel. I am really into all my rifles having that adaptability factor.The obvious one is to just get another .308 Winchester in BLR, but it seems the .358 Winchester works very well(that is shooting flat), almost as well as .308 if loaded with 180 to 200 gr. bullets. And it really thumps beasts apparently. I can in theory make .358 win cases from .308 win cases by resizing them. I might be out on a limb if I cannot for some reason bring my own reloads, but I do not see that happening necessarily. Is it worth it to take the plunge and go for a weird and wonderful caliber?