I know there are going to be hundreds of different answers to this, but here goes....
I have a Sauer 202 in .308, I am toying with the idea of another barrel to cater for continental shooting as and when/if the opportunity arises for boar etc, available options according to garlands website are as below (I didn't bother including the smaller calibres):
6.5x55, 6.5x57, 25-06, .270 Win, 7x64, .308 Win., .30-06, 8x57IS, 9.3x62
Which would be the best suggestion, clearly ignoring 30.06 and 308. And also for the Sauer know-it-alls, are all of these suitable for the bolt and mag I have for the .308?
I have only shot with .243 and .308 so I have know idea about the others pros and cons, available grain weights etc for each calibre. It would be likely that I would get rid of the 308 barrel if I did do this as i can't see myself chopping and changing between them so I need something with enough punch for big reds etc round here too.