Making the case for the best cartridges for Canada’s big game
The only grizzly I’ve taken fell neatly to a well-placed .300 Win. Mag. bullet, but I understand that in thick cover you’d be better served by something with a little more stopping power. So, I’ll select the .338 Win. Mag. It offers the appropriate balance of effective range, bullet weight and frontal area required to handle any of Canada’s grizzlies.