DANG NICE CAPES !!That would be my .505 SRE (Short Range Express), a cartridge I cooked up back in the late 60's with the cooperation of the late John Buhmiller. It worked well enough to account for one rhino, three elephants and five Cape buffalo. It drives a 570 grain full metal jacketed bullet at 2150 fps. The rifle, based on a P-14 Enfield action, weighs 8 3/4 pounds.
Winchester 94/ 38-55 with 255 gr. cast make a clean deer killer.A beautiful little Browning A-Bolt Medlion in 243 WSSM. The cartridge is long gone, but I have an ample supply of brass. My wife and Son teamed up and bought this for me one year when I was dealing with severe pain and was flinching badly with my 7mm Mag. Very accurate and easy to carry with minimum recoil. I have not hunted with it in a number of years. Might have to bring it back to to life pretty soon.
Bullet selection is critical with this one. Could not find a factory load that had a bullet that would hold together. Started loading Barnes 85 grain TTSX. Only problem is those short fat cartridges do not want to feed properly. I cannot remember if I have the bugs worked out. Need to check my notes and load up some more.