Got myself a poor man's long range elk gun. Remington 700 BDL left hand 338 RUM. I sent it off to be ported by Warner Guns and fitted a Limbsaver recoil pad and tweaked the trigger. I put a 6-24x50mm NC Star scope on it (didn't know how it would hold up but gave it a try). Loaded up some 225 gr Accubonds with 90 gr IMR 7828 and seated them to cycle through the magazine. Fired a couple of sighters and touched off a 3 shot group. Nice cloverleaf group 0.41" at 100 yds! Didn't fire any more rounds as it was 75 and sunny and the barrel was warm. I hope it keeps it up with this load. Never shot it before I had it ported, so I don't know how much it reduced the recoil, but now it kicks like a 270. I had them port it to reduce muzzle jump and it doesn't jump at all. Definitely worth the money, since my 338 win mag smacks me pretty hard.