Looking to buy/build a long-range elk/muley (moose/bear) carry rifle in .338, RUM, Edge, or possibly Lapua. (I lean towards the Edge.) Most rifles I've seen in these calibers are hardly "carry rifles" and I will be walking mountains. What is the consensus as to what I should consider in either a standard offering or a custom? I'm not poor but (sadly) price does matter. A good muzzle-brake for light rifle in these chamberings (earplugs) & a great trigger are my only absolutes. I prefer the Winchester/Ruger style safety. I would be upset if I couldn't beat .5 moa & would want to be under .3 moa. I don'r have a donor action so I would have to buy everything. Thoughts on Christenson rifles? Can I spec out a light, custom-built rifle cheaper than a Christenson that will perform as well or better?