Hello everyone! I just purchased a new Tikka T3 Lite in .300 wsm to be my light weight mountain rifle for elk hunting. At the time of purchase I did not realize the this rifle has a 1:11 twist. I have been a big fan of the Nosler Accubond bullet over the last few years. I am concerned that this rifle with the current twist isn't going to stabilize the heavy bullet that I would like to run for elk hunting. So I spoke to my gun smith about rebarreling it to a 1:10 twist barrel. During our conversation I asked him about the benifits to a longer barrel with this caliber. It was his opinion that there really isn't a significant benifit to going much longer than the 24" barrel. I have a hard time buying this. My question is for you that are shooting the .300 wsm or any wsm caliber. Are you seeing significant benifit in a longer barrel for mid to long range hunting? Or will I be adding extra weight for nothing?