Ok guys here is the deal, I need some help as i am new here. I am sorry for the long first post, but I need a little guidance. First my intention is to build a poor mans long distant hunting system. I will be useing this weapon for whitetails here in the beanfields of missouri to elk and antelope in wyoming. I am currently shooting a SAKO GREYWOLF chambered in 270 wsm. I have only prcticed out to 575yrds with factory amo, and shoot it fairly well. I have recently aquired some land were I can practce out to 1000yrds. I am ready to start reloading, and shooting out to 1000yrds, but noticed that the bullets for reloading the 270wsm have a poor BC. It seems that with the 7mm mag I could load berger vld 168gr with a bc of .617 . This round should hit harder, shoot flatter, and have less wind drift than anything I can load in the 270 wsm. Sooo this is what I am considering.... Sell they greywolf in 270 wsm, and buy a remington sendero in 7mm mag. I kind of have my heart set on trying the berger 168 vld, but the website says they recomend the 10 in twist rate. The sendero only has a 9and 1/4 twist rate. Will this work? I was also lookig at the savage long range hunter compared to the sendero. Whats the thoughts of the experts guys?