I decided the other day to build my first purpose built long range hunting rifle so I called my local dealer buddy (enabler) to see if he had a suitable rifle for a donor action, turned out he had several that would work so I drove up to see him this afternoon. This rifle was to be specifically for hunting pronghorns and I had decided that it would be a .264 Winchester magnum. I didn't have a real preference between Winchester, Remington or Savage just decided to see what he had. After looking at a half dozen or so different rifles I had it narrowed down to either a stainless 700 in .300 Winchester or a Winchester M70 in 7MM Remington magnum. and then he said hey, I forgot about this one, out from under the counter he drags a nondescript hard case and opens it up to reveal a 700 CDL in 7MM Ultra, caught by surprise I wavered ever so slightly, he pounced like a cat. It comes with bullets, brass and dies too he says. He shot me a price I couldn't pass up and it was all over. Now comes the confusion, I have this rifle, Brand new RCBS die set, a box of 120 grain Barnes X bullets, a box of 160 grain Sierra boat tails a box of 160 grain Accubonds and 200 brand new shiny cases. The rifle has a brake and is glass bedded and looks like it doesn't have a half dozen rounds down the tube. I figure that after adding the components up that I have a little under $250.00 in the rifle itself so what would you guys do? Sell off the components and take off parts and stick to the .264 plan or go with the 7MM Ultra instead?