Re: With what rifle on your dream hunt?
caliber is good if not great as long as you are completely comfrotable with it, that means lots of practice. at 70+ grains of powder per shot or the price of factory stuff you are gonna need a good ammount of rounds to reach the 600 yard mark. for a scope I tried a womans 300 ultra with a burris scope that had a range finder built in, it was very easy to use and was dead nuts with range and where it put the reticle. I would use one of those scopes but they run around 700-800 but for a "hunt of a lifetime" I would spare no expense. another way to look at it, if you spend $xxxx for the hunt and $xxxx for the rifle package and hunting clothing why would you cut corners on the glass? I learned on a antelope hunt that yardage is hard to eastimate when you are a flatlander.
It may be a poor choice of words but I am smart enough to understand what you meant.