Little background... I'm deployed and have been eyeballing a new rifle for long range target shooting, with the intention of being comfortable shooting deer/caribou/moose (I'm stationed in Alaska) out to 500+. Not a monster shot, but not a chip shot for a lot of rounds/rifles/shooters. I had my mind set on a .338LM, most likely the 700P, when I bought a nightforce 5.5-22. Got the scope in and now I'm wavering. I think the 700p is going to leave me wanting in the accuracy department, and they run about $1700 new with a stock and trigger and barrel that I'd prefer to change. Upside is that it is shoot able day one. I have a savage 110 with a sporter barrel in .300WM that I probably won't mess with because I genuinely enjoy it as is with a 3-9x and it was a gift from my dad. If I were to start from scratch, I really like the idea of a heavier barreled .300WM with a DBM and would probably choose that round. But already having a 30 caliber makes me think it's a good chance to get something different. Is it redundant to own two .300WMs? Anybody ever found themselves in this situation? I am still on the fence between a 7mm, another .300WM, or one of the big .338s. My buddy is gonna sell me a 700 LA for cheap when we get back, so the rifle is already kinda built in my head, just need a caliber decision.