Hey Ramses, depends on what you are looking for in the accuracy department but both factory guns should serve you well.
I've been using a VLS in 308 for the last few years.
This group was shot off the hood of my Blazer from a cold clean barrel. It took 2 shots to settle down. Powder was IMR 4350 and the painted circle is 3" in dia.
Using Black Hills ammo. The black dot is .75" dia.
I have Badger Rings and 20moa Base mounted on it.
Recently I purchased a VSF in 308 and have switched the optics and metal over from the VLS. Just waiting till I can get to the range and shoot it. Maybe on Sunday.
Not sure how much the fluting will help but it does look good. The palm swell on the VSF is also comfortable.
The underside of the VLS barrel touches the stock out at the forend but it does not appear to have hurt accuracy. The VSF has room to slide a dollar bill almost down to the action.
Current loads in the VLS are 175gr Matchkings over Varget. Gives about 2600fps. Had a nice 1/2 moa group going at 100yds last Fall until I got to shot #7&8 when I choked. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] Shots 9&10 went back where they were supposed to.
The VLS is a sharp looking gun and am going to rebarrel it into a 6mm or 6.5 caliber down the road. It's too nice to sell.
Hey, why don't you get both? [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
Hope this helps.