Hello, I'm new to the forum so bear with me and all my newbie questions. I've always wanted to get into long range shooting and now that I recently moved to colorado I can't think of a better time. I want to get a new rifle setup for long range hunting. I have already decided to go with a 7mm rem mag (don't try to persuade me another way). Being a left its difficult to options. I want something I can shoot out to 1000 yds with and be able to consistently kill deer and elk in the 600-700 yard range (eventually maybe further). I'm looking at maybe a browning x-bolt, remington 700, or savage. I want a gun that as time passes and funds become available i can upgrade. I really like the x-bolt action, but I really like the accu-trigger of the savage, and it seems to me the remington is the easiest to find aftermarket upgrade parts for. I guess I'm looking for guidance on which direction I should go. I want to make a good decisions so down the road I don't have ti buy another gun because i was cheap the first time. Thanks for the help in advance.