I've been looking at getting a rifle for deer hunting and I really like the Remington 700 CDL. I love the look and feel of it; it's a heavier rifle which I like, I think it helps to steady and take a bite out of the recoil. I've narrowed down the caliber choices to the .270 and the 30-06. I'm still open to suggestions of other calibers, though. I'd be using the rifle for deer at distances no further that 175yds. I'm leaning towards the 30-06 because of it has more power at the 100-200yd range than the .270. I like the idea of having more stopping power because if my shot is a little off, the deer won't go too far. Any thoughts?