Really depends on the load, but the .270 is typically the more powerful of the two.
I believe that a .270 caliber, .308, .30-30, and .243 caliber rifles are great calibers to hunt deer with. I think that a .30-06 is just a bit overkill, but sometimes i will use that. i use eather a .270 or a .308 most of the time when i hunt white tail deer
It was produced between 1952 and 1956. It is considered one of the finest hunting rifles of it's time.
General rule of thumb is that the best caliber is the one which best suits you. Of the two, .270 would be the more powerful round. Both are substantial for hunting something like deer, although the .243 is probably better suited for the experienced hunter, whereas the .270 would be a little more forgiving to the novice hunter. The .270 is a necked down .30-06, and the .243 is a necked down .308.
It is: 90% of 270 = 243
$400, more or less, depending on condition. BTW- very nice rifles in a great caliber.
90% of 270= 90% * 270= 0.9 * 270= 243
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There is only one .270 caliber for hunting rifles, but are you referring to the three different variations? The following are some variation but they are all used for deer hunting. They are the 270 Weatherby Magnum, 270 Win. Short Magnum, and the .270 Win. The .270 Win is the most popular and more than enough for Deer, especially Whitetail. Choosing a hunting rifle and caliber for deer, depends on several factors. What type of area are you hunting? will the shots be long, shorter, dense woods or ?? As far as an effective caliber, the .270 is fine for most all deer hunting. Bullet type and weight are also important.
If 7mm Magnum, it trumps the others.