It's good to know that there are others out there that love this great round also, it is a spectacular round and I am amazed at what it will do at long range.
I own two rifles for now, both Remington 700's, built the first one in 1995 on a 700 action that was a 7RM. I took the rifle to my gunsmith to rebarrel with a 28in. stainless custom barrel to gets more velocity with 160gr. bulllets. When I got there, he introduced me to the 7stw and the rest is history.
The first rifle is an accurized 700 action with a 26in. stainless #5A Douglas barrel bedded in a plain ole adl Remington plastic stock topped off with a Leupold 3.5x10x50 vari-x III held on by 2 piece dual dove tail rings and bases. This rifle will shoot whatever you put though it and shoots 1/2 moa constantly with anything.
The second rifle is an accurized 700 stainless action with a remington 26in. barrel rechambered to 7stw bedded in a plain ole plastic Remington stock topped off with another Leupold 3.5x10x50 vari-x III. This one doesn't shoot as well, but will shoot under a moa with 160gr.AB's and is a lot easier to tote when hunting. This rifle seems to have a "fast" barrel and likes hot loads. 78gr. Of IMR7828sc with 160gr.AB's. I will chrono it soon to see.
Remington is doing their best to kill it and I can't figure that out at all, it is a better round than the 7RUM and hopefully we we haven't hitched a ride on a falling star or another flash in the pan not being able to get brass, but I guess there is more than one way to skin a cat when it comes to getting brass.