I'm looking at a few options for rifles. I "probably" will be sticking to only Deer and Antelope, but someday, if all my stars align (LOL) I'd love to go Elk hunting... it's my dream. Ok, so..... I'm probably going to only buy one rifle and sadly, I like to buy GOOD, vs. semi-good.... so. Being a Lefty, my options seem like Weatherby, Sako (if I stumble upon one), maybe a new Browning XBOLT if they are any good?.... Remington possibly. For this post though, how are factory made Weatherby rifles thought of for longer range shooting? I could be talked into an UltraLight 257 perhaps. I'm wondering if the Weatherby rounded shoulder is a problem for reloading? Are the guns "All That" as they say? Are they better than for instance, a Ruger Hawkeye? A Sako? Let's hear some WEatherby comments. Thanks guys!