Thinking of a new build, for all North American game, excluding big bears in Alaska. Rifle is for my wife, she is an experiences shooter/hunter, but like most shooters is not a fan of recoil. Rifle will NOT be used on thin skinned game past 500m, rifle WILL be used on Alaskan moose, whistle pigs and everything in between. The rifle needs to be light enough to carry, shoulder, and fire effectively from standing. I have certain ideas in mind right now as to what will suit her needs but I want your input? My initial thought is SA, 308 based round, with todays bullet choices there are just to many options. 18" barrel, not a light profile but med, fluted McMillan classic or manners mcst lightweight in a dipped natural wood finish or something from Joel. She likes nice classic wood stocks and blued steel, my evaluation of her shooting style is she would benefit from a slightly raised comb like is found on the McMillan classic and a stock cut to length for her. Please build me your ideal rifle for this application, ask your wife's or daughters input, and post what you would do. Also if you have a rifle that fits this criteria and you want to consider a trade for my 300 win mag in the EE please offer.