Like many others I was intrigued when nosler released their 26 nosler but thought their case design was ridiculous. I thought it was way overbore for a 6.5 along with a short neck but could be tweaked to make a fine 7mm. I bought a box of 26 nosler brass and started playing. First things first, get rid of the short neck and bump the body back to get the neck length similar to the 7 saum. I played with the design until I found one I liked then took the case to my smith to tweak a little more. He noted a few more changes and drew up the reamer design and sent it to Dave at PTG. Six weeks later we were in business. I gathered up the rest of my parts and we chambered it up. Currently the rifle has 140 rounds through her and seems very forgiving in regards to seating depth and powder charge. All seating depths and powder charges land in 5/8" groups or less. We've shot H1000, Retumbo, and Ramshot Magnum and all shoot really well. Current velocity with 180 JLK's is 3234 with a mild load of Retumbo, I'll play a little more but 3300 is not out of the realm. Brass prep is fairly simple but requires a little neck turning but is so easy even my buddy can do it!! Haha Specs of the rifle: Stiller Tac 300 action I had laying around 25.5" #4 Brux spiral fluted 1in 9 twist with custom side discharge break McMillian gamescout mold in color stock BDL bottom metal w wyatts window box Timney trigger w long sear and narrow shoe Talley LW aluminum rings w 20 Moa machined in them Leupold VX 6 3-18x44 with TMOA reticle Current weight as show is 9lbs flat This chambering was named the 28 Yukon because I have a Moose, Grizzly, and Caribou hunt booked for next year in the Yukon. All smith work was done by Trevor at Cloud Peak Gunworks. He built one for my buddy as well that is heading to the Yukon with me and he is having very similar results. Soon I will be stretching her legs out to a mile.