I don't have one, but it is a great round. It was developed in 1944 and you probably can't get a better performing caliber for deer. On the down side, those Weatherby bullets can be expensive, and there are lots of other standard cartridges that perform equally as well without using so much powder and dollars. The .260, .270, 25-06 are in that same size range and will kill any deer just as dead as the magnum will. Also, my personal opinion is that there was a time when hunters had to look at calibers, better performing and newer ones,to improve their results because back then, bullets were just bullets. Nowadays, with the advances that have been made with bullet construction, I think we should be concentrating more on bullets and less on caliber. Here's the deal: way back when, we needed to get bullets to go a lot faster to improve performance until they started going so fast that it actually DECREASED their effectiveness. Today we have bullets out there that can perform almost equally effectively at any velocity. In the last two years, after hunting for almost 45 years with all standbys like the 30-06. 308. 270, 30/30, etc. I finally went "magnum". Guess what, they are fun to shoot, accurate and powerful, but they really aren't any better than the good old boys at practical hunting ranges. Any of those older calibers are good out to 400 yards which is too far for me, and most average hunters, to shoot. Even the 30/30 has new ammumnition that makes it effective out to 300 yards. That tells you something about how these bullets have been improved. Matching bullet construction and the velocity of that bullet in your rifle is the key to great caliber performance.