I have a pretty good feel for what I’m trying to do but know that there are those among you who have sorted through these things before and will have good points to offer I’m trying to put together my parts list and plans for a lightweight7 WSM for backcountry sheep, deer, and elk hunting. My Winchester Coyote 7 WSM controlled round push feed rifle doesn’t shoot like it used to so it’s the guy for the job. Which would you choose a fluted Krieger # 5 or a # 4? Will Krieger flute a #4 contour barrels and would that be your choice? I would like to use this rifle for elk, deer, and sheep so I’m thinking 168 Bergers and/or 160 Accubonds. How much velocity will I gain or lose by going with either a 24” or 26” barrel? Which barrel length would you choose and why? The trigger currently on the rifle is a Timney (which is OK) but it’s too short (not the pull of the trigger but the shoe of the trigger is too short). It doesn’t hang down into the trigger guard very far so it always feels weird to shoot the rifle. Is this a problem of the stock being too thick or the trigger being too short? How would you fix this problem? The stock on the rifle is the factory Winchester Coyote laminate which is tough and stable but much too heavy. Who makes a nice light stock to fit this? For an example, I was considering the McMillan Hunter’s Edge Ultralight (21-23 oz) but read that it only will accept #3 contour barrels. I like the looks of the McMillan Model 70 Hunting stock and Varmint stocks but don’t know their weights. I have a couple of H-S Precisions but think they’re maybe a little bit heavier than I was hoping for @ 36oz. I’ve discovered the Bell & Carlson Medalist Ultralight stock weighs 28oz but the last time I held a B&C was many years ago and it felt like a plastic 2x4. Any suggestions?