Is there an advantage to using a one piece bolt vs. a two piece bolt? I'm going to be ordering a custom SA for a hunting/target rifle (repeater), and am looking at the Stiller Predator, Lawton 7000, or either the Borden Rimrock SSR or Alpine action. I'm also waiting to hear back from Borden for some clarification as to what the differences actually are between their two models, but they state on their website that the cost difference between the two is because the Rimrock SSR has a one piece bolt and the Alpine doesn't. The SSR action is $1550 vs. $925 for the Alpine, a difference of $625. If both actions are the same except for the bolt, is it worth it, if I decide on using a Borden? Or should I save the extra money and use it for my barrel purchase & chambering costs?