Sounds like a perfect excuse for building a .350 Legend on a Sako L46/L461! I feel exactly the same as you about deer hunting. I killed my first buck in many years down on Spaher's place because it was the largest I've ever had a chance to take -- and I'll guarantee you that will put the excitement back into deer hunting. I'm also going to be sure to take a doe or two this year off of my own place since the area really does need some females taken to help the keep the balance. I also greatly enjoy helping others hunt deer. I've posted a photo below of a guest of mine from last weekend. He hadn't had a chance to hunt deer in decades, so I told him to take any deer he wished. He had an opportunity at two bucks that were together -- one had larger antlers, but the one with smaller antlers had a larger body, so he took that one. Good choice. It turned out to be a fully mature buck with only a smallish 6-point set -- exactly the kind of cull you want to remove from the herd. Incidentally, although I didn't get a photo with his rifle, he was using a Bofors Finnbear .300 Win Mag with Hornady "American Whitetail" 150 grain ammunition. Range was 185 yards. The buck staggered about 5 steps with an entrance on the near side right through the shoulder and an exit behind the off shoulder.