Hi guys, swedish member posting. Im looking to buy a long range hunting rifle in left hand. I would like to to be lightweight also. A stalker gun for hiking all day basically. I have been looking at Remington 700 AWR in 338 RUM. Mcmillan stock, 26" barrel, 0,65" nominal muzzle diameter, 6 3/4 lbs. What do you think about this rifle and caliber combination? Has it got the basic foundations to shoot far and accurate? There is a factory stock buildup in the front of the stock that the barrel is resting onto. So its not free floating. Is this a good feature or do people sometimes remove this even though it is put there intentionally? If there are any lefties with a better idea let me know. I know Weatherby has the ultra lightweight and the accumark. But I feel the remington is more nice in this case. I would like to have a 338 Lapua Mag in LH but no one factory makes them. Suggestions and thoughts are greatly appriciated. Best wishes OneShot, Sweden.