Ok my daughter is 10 next year she can hunt deer. I’m thinking of building her a gun she can grow into and something I can use also. I’m thinking of one of the Sherman short cartridges. I know Ritch is having his grand kids use a 6.5sst with 120g bullets and a reduced load with a faster burn powder. Now I’m thinking of doing this for my daughter that way when she grows up we can turn it up on the same rifle. Plus I could in the off season shoot a full load for my self shooting steel and what not. Now give me ideas on stocks or chassis? I would like her to be able to grow into this. And be able to turn it up with heavier bullets when she’s older for elk, moose. 6.5, 7mm ss or sst? I hope Ritch pokes into this thread. But biggest thing I want to keep it lighter but accurate. Don’t worry about budget I’m thinking a bighorn origin action, barrel I don’t know what to go with yet, might run a break but would like the option of a can. What’s the shortest any of these would be the best efficient yet? But biggest thing is figuring out what to do for a stock. I have two kids that will go through this rifle.