My wife just gave birth to our second daughter and money is tight. my truck could use a new engine and I may have to sell a rifle. I'm torn because I feel like each rifle fills a niche and can think of a reason why I need it in my arsenal. My .300 win mag is staying for sure. My .35 Whelen isn't going anywhere. Have to keep the .375 ruger in case of some sort of big 5 home invasion situation. So that leaves .338 federal or .358 win. The .338 is on a ruger frontier platform that is light and handy. It's a really cool little caliber in an awesome rifle but is admittedly redundant since I have a .358 win. .358 is a blr that would probably fetch a higher price but is such slick little rifle and great cartridge even though it is redundant since I have a .35 Whelen. I really don't want to sell either but it may be necessary at some point. i should also point out that 4 of the 5 animals I've shot in the last 4 years were with a muzzleloader and the one animal I shot with a rifle was with a.25-06 I sold to buy the .358 win. Just looking for feedback on practicality which we all know is rarely deciding factor in a safe cull. I guess the Real question is should I just keep all my guns and try to finance truck engine with questionable webcam stuff?