I was recently deciding on a long range rifle that would be used on Moose, Bear, Deer, Elk, and caribou. I was deciding if i wanted it chambered in a 300. wsm or 7mm rem mag and most people here told me that both would be good choices. I currently own a Remington 700 BDL 7mm and a Browning A-bolt 300. wsm. My options were to buy a savage or Remington 300 and start a project or take the Remington 700 i have and begin the project. 300. wsm If i were to start this i would most likely keep the Browning as a light carry rifle cause it is a beautiful rifle that i got a bargain price brand new and it holds moa and sometimes sub moa out to 300 yards which for completely factory rifle is perfect, especially a light carry rifle. I would buy a cheap remington 700 or savage and begin off that. 7mm take what i have and begin to custom it. This rifle is a good shooter already so with custom work it should be great. here is a group from the factory 700 shooting factory 160 grain winchester accubonds. [/IMG] or should i opt for a hole new caliber? This will be used on Moose, and Whitetail mainly.