Moose can easily be taken with a .270win to the vitals as it has much higher velocities (better over 400 yards) and a flatter trajectory. Think of it as a long(ish) range .308 replacement.308 is not a bad round, shoot what you are comfortable with. Bigger is not always better. If you have a rifle you trust to do the job, then that is all you need. I have seen Moose taken with a .270win, a 308 is just as dependable of a round. What matters more is a well placed shot. In my opinion of course.
every animal on your list, 348. But Don makes a good point. I immediately thought "Grizzly" and maybe your thinking black bear,Larger game hunt such as Elk, bison, hog, moose, and bear
Never had the need to track anything with my 7mm Rem Mag.every animal on your list, 348. But Don makes a good point. I immediately thought "Grizzly" and maybe your thinking black bear,
but a 30-06 would also work, even on the Grizzly.
I strongly recommend you do not use a 7mm unless you want to track a lot of wounded animals
Sorry STD7mag, I could not resist