I am not that much of health and safety freak, but some of my friends think otherwise. I like to take care of the H&S at source if possible, so I don't have to think too much. So I was thinking what caliber combinations are there where the owner has to take extra care in not loading the wrong rifle with the wrong cartridge for serious consequences?
So for instance a .308 winchester cartridge in a .270 Winchester rifle will blow it sky high. Obviously the shorter version of an earlier cartridge makes it dangerous as the rifle will accept it. In this case a .308 bullet in any 30'06 parent necked down smaller rifle calibre is a dangerous combo if the cartridge loads.
Others might be say .338 Federal or .358 Winchester in a .308 Winchester? But would the cartridge load or not? I do not suggest anyone out there tries to do this with live ammo, dummies only. But you see what I mean. Has any one made a list of dangerous caliber combos for the sake of it? It could influence your decision on what calibers you might own.