At my local gun store there is a Remington 700 Classic in .300 Holland and Holland that I've had my eye on for a while. I think they want a little too much for it, but still, everytime I go in there, I check to make sure it hasn't been sold. I've never owned, or even fired a .300 H&H. And, yes I know it's an outdated cartridge, expensive and hard to find ammo far, and it's performance has been exceeded by now much more common calibers like the .300 Winchester Magnum. But I'm sorta drawn to the old classics, and at one time the .300 H&H was a major player, and I still sort of think of it as a rifleman's caliber (not that I consider myself a rifleman). Currently the most high-powered rifle I own is a 30-06, which, if I were honest, is enough gun for anything I'm likely to need to shoot. But I've been thinking about getting something with a little more ooomph just to have it. The .300 H&H looks to be an intermediate step between the ought-six and the .300 Winchester Magnum. Anyone with strong postive or negative feelings about this vintage caliber? Oh, and they want about $800 for the Remington 700. Decent price?