I am thinking of a new long range hunting rifle and am considering a Kimber Montana 8400 Magnum in .300 Win Mag. The reason for this is that I have set a top rifle weight of 8.5 lbs all up and have decided on the .300 Win Mag as the caliber. Must be stainless and synthetic and I like the M98 CRF action (on the Kimber). Rifle will be used mainly, but not exclusively, with the 210-225 gr high BC bullets at 2,900 to 3,000 fps MV (and possibly working up to the 240 gr SMK) out to 1,000 yards but mainly (and ultimately) in the 600 to 800 yards range on big game. Accuracy desired is consistent ½ to ¾ MOA. Anyone had experience with this rifle with such a mission that they would like to share or have any comments on this project.