I'm looking to put together a long range rifle in a little bit. It's going to be about a 40/60 split between a hunting rifle and a long distance target rifle, so even though accuracy is key, I'm hesitant to go with Kelby actions for example, because them seem to be mostly bench-rest types. I would be very nervous taking them into the field as the tolerances seem to be so tight that even a little dust or dirt would wreak havoc. Same with the usual jostles and jolts that a typical hunting rifle is subjected to. Am I correct in my thinking? My requirements are that it have have a left handed bolt, functional safety, and be able to drop into a hunting stock with moderate effort (preferably compatible with Remington 700 stocks and triggers). Caliber would be either 300 win mag or a 338 Laupa. Repeater would be nice as well. So far I'm leaning towards the Borden Rimrock actions now as they seem to be designed more for hunting rifles and meet all the requirements. Does anyone have anything to say about these? I haven't been able to find really any reviews of them. How about the other manufacturers such as Bat, Stillen, Farley, Viper, etc? I know the specs of almost all of them, I'm just trying to figure out the "intangibles" such as how reliable they are, if they really are that accurate or if the top shooters are merely paid to use them, etc.