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I don’t think I have a favorite . Certainly a few have been step in the running shower and get wet easy while others were just down right obstinate coming together at rate and number of adjustments roughly equal to filling up the Grand Canyon one marble at a time .
Despite having 2 rifles built with the exclusive idea in mind that they would be cast shooters the 1949 Savage 325C 30-30 has to be the king of cast . You really just pick a bullet and a slow for weight powder and go shoot groups .
The purpose built 358 and 7RWH were easy and certainly shoot well beyond their value . It took a little fussing to get the load in both .