I shot one last summer. They have lots of little knobs, dials, bells, and whistles. Lots of delicate stuff to break off or little screws and knobs to fall off and get lost while hunting. This rifle is designed to be taken from the trunk of a squad car, taken to a roof top, set up to precisely point at a particular spot, to be left for hours on end (it has it's own front and rear support structures), and maybe fired, or returned to the squad car trunk. This is not a rifle to be dragged around in the field. Just my opinion. It's light and accurate, but then so is fine crystal.
I only took my LRS2s hunting on several occasions. Never had any parts fall off but they were a bit heavy to lug around. We had a blast(excuse the pun) filling homer buckets with tannerite and shooting them between 1000-1600 yds in far west Texas and sitting on my buddies porch and shooting pigs all afternoon and drinking tea.