Get SS Supply to put you a HV rifle together using the Savage action. You can then have a switch barrel rifle that can compete with the best, not win alot but scary close for alot less than 5k.
I have a 220Swift 1-12 Douglas barrel and run the 55 Bal-tips at 3900 using N-160. It will shoot low 2's all day long. The 243AI is a 1-9 Pac-Nor shooting the 95VLD's at 3250 very accurately and the 105A-Max's overs 3300 using N-165. It takes about 30 min. to swap out the barrels leisurely. Every (almost) custom barrel maker sells pre-fit Savage barrels today in any caliber.
You can best of both worlds this way. I don't shoot competitive although I've been tempted, just don't need another crutch to take my monies out of the field and hunting trips. Savage also has new heavy duty single shot competition action and it available left or right handed too. There is write-up on this web site about them.
The SMK69's out of that standard Swift case launched w/RL-22 shoot very well too and killed PD's out to 700 in that forever Wy wind.
If you get a Swift you will never look back, just remember to check your case length every other firing unless you get the improved chamber which pretty much eliminate case growth I been told.
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