So my birthday was last week and I just completed my WSM collection. I purchased a browning 7 wsm w/o the boss and I liked the caliber a lot. So much I decided that I wanted the A-bolt in stainless with the BOSS. Gotta say it was a great present to myself This was the last caliber in the wsm family I needed to acquire and which I started with it instead. I have 2 tikka 270 wsm's, which shoot very well(several .25 moa groups), but can sometimes be finicky. The 325 wsm is an A-bolt composite stalker with a super thin barrel profile that needs a lot of cooling to obtain .75 moa groups of 3 shots. My wife has the pleasure of shooting the 300 wsm, which is a savage with a sporter profile that is in a boyds varmint stock. It shoots 125 NBT in tiny groups. It definitely fills the accuracy and power niche, but I feel the .30 caliber needs too heavy of a projectile to reap great benefits.[/URL][/IMG] Now on to my favorite, the 7 wsm. I found a new, old stock stainless stalker with the boss and I think I may have found my do it all rifle. It wears a 3.5-10x40 VXIII and has been producing some of the best groups I have ever shot, especially considering this a hunting rifle. Here are three groups from the last two days of shooting. It started grouping halfway thru barrel break in, but I resisted temptation to bypass break in and finished completely with a shoot-cleanx10. This first group was at 150 yds directly after 10 shot clean break in[/URL][/IMG] These next 2 groups were at 100 yards, two different loads, cleaning after 3 shot groups.[/URL][/IMG] [/URL][/IMG] Needless to say, I think I will be sticking with Browning!