The legal situation just changed here in Italy so I am looking at the possibility of being able to rebarrel my rifles to whatever caliber I please. At the moment my ultralight mountain rifle is a Rem Ti 7mm-08 which for the life of me I cannot get to shoot accurately. It has a Krieger 22" featherweight profile barrel, and was trued and assembled by a good LR smith. So now I want to swap it for a 6.5 cal. I like the effeciency of the 6.5x47 Lapua, which should shine in the short barrel, but then the .260 rem gives a little more performance with its 6 grains extra case capacity which will be appreciated with the 140gnain bullets which I would prefer to shoot. But does the 6.5x47 Lapua have more of that "innate" accuracy some rounds like the 6PPC just seem to have? I will be shooting 123gn Lapua Scenars, Berger 130 and 140 VLDs mostly at chamois and roe deer.