I would like to do everything i can to make my rifle shoot accurately out too 500-600 yards. Most people on here dont custom, or put a lot of work into there Browning A-Bolts and i dont know why. So for it seems like i can get mine to shoot Moa out to 300 yards which isn't bad for a factory rifle with factory ammo. Im trying to work up a load with the 180 Grain nosler Accubonds but would like to get the rifle to keep moa out to 5-600 yards. What should i have done to it? why dont most people work with there browning a-bolts? I would like a gun where that i can successfully take moose out to the ranges mentioned above. I have had opportunities to take game out to 1200 yards which is what my range finder maxed out at, but i am not even close to feeling comfortable with shooting that far. This season i had a moose at 550 yards and last year had a bear at around 400 yards. So it seems to me a lot of times i can get an opportunity to shoot 400, 500, 600 yards so would like to get a rifle that can promise me accuracy if i do my part. Once i get the rifle set up, i have multiple ranges where a 600 yard shot is easy to find. So with lots, i mean LOTS of practice and a rifle that will do its part, i would like to be ready for next season.