I am not sure if this is the right place, but here goes. My brother is looking for a .300 Win Mag (maybe a 7MM) for hunting deer and elk in combination out to around 500 yards. This would be simple, but he is left handed. Not a whole lot out there for left handed shooters. I found a left handed Remington LSS in .300 Win Mag on one of the Internet gun sites. All I know is the LSS is a laminated stock, all stainless, with a 24 inch barrel. I would prefer a 26 inch tube, but what the heck. Can any of you tell me what the taper is on the 24 inch barrel? I can't find specs anywhere. Also, how is the Remington laminated stock? Lots of resin, hard as Hades, heavy like a brick, etc.? Are there any concerns about the stainless reciever? If nothing else, I could get the gun (X-Mas present) and if it doesn't shoot for beans, send it off to have the action squared and a new barrel installed. Bottom line, is this a decent rifle? While I am at it, what's the scoop on the new CDL? I see they are available for left handers in a 7mm Remington Mag. Thanks in advance.