The .308 Winchester is an excellent cartridge, but that hasn't stopped wildcatters from attempting to improve upon it over the years in various ways. The .243 Winchester and 7mm-08 Remington are the two most common examples of cartridges developed by necking down the .308 Winchester to shoot smaller diameter bullets. While each of the three cartridges offer certain benefits to hunters, it's still easy to get confused when trying to understand their true strengths and weaknesses.
Here's what you need to know about the 243 vs 308 vs 7mm-08 cartridges.
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