JE is correct. Worry about pack weight more than anything. Go to the website "Backpacking Light" to really
learn how to do that.
People who typically don't backpack in other seasons just don't know where to find lightweight gear. They think Bass Pro Shops or Cabela's r Gander Mt'n. have what they need. In most cases they don't.
My rifle is a .300 Win. mag Browning A-Bolt Stainless Stalker W/BOSS muzzle brake
/harmonics adjustor and has a Browning "plastic" stock that has been pillar bedded. I have a Burris Black Diamond 3.5X -12X scope. At 10 lbs it is a "medium" weight rifle but gets it done to 800 meters.
But my sleeping system is a Western Mountaineering (made in USA) Megalite down bag and a Thermarest ProLite mattress. The bag is large enough to permit me to wear my mid layer insulated Down and Thermolite jacket and pants for temps down to 10 F.
My tent is a 30 oz. Tarptent Moment DW solo tent. Best solo tent design I've ever found.
I don't cook when hunting. All meals are "cold". (Emergency stove is a Caldera Cone Sidewinder TI wood burner & fits inside a 3 cup pot)
Electronics carried -> Garmin Colorado GPS. Olympus TG 1 camera, Bushnell 10X42 1 Mile ARC LRF binos.