Next week I will take delivery on a 6.5 CM Browning X-Bolt Pro. This rifle checks virtually all my boxes for a mountain rifle - without a Home Equity Loan, that is. This is Browning's best hunting rifle, which they call a "semi-custom" rifle. 1. 6 lbs. 1 oz. 2. carbon fiber stock (360 deg. full wrap CF construction) 3. bronze Cerakote on barreled action and CF stock 4. spiral flutes on bolt and bolt handle 5. fluted barrel 6. brake & muzzle cap 7. quality polymer magazine (as opposed to my $45.(!) plastic Ruger American mags.) 8. very good trigger (felt as good as SAKO Model 85 trigger, which is saying a lot) 9. 3 lug bolt 10.locking bolt and bolt unlock while ON safe 11.proprietary barrel lapping I realize many of you folks have custom mountain rifles but since this rifle was so very close to all I wanted in a mountain rifle and is of such high quality I decided to get it rather than face an interminable wait for a custom rifle. Whaddya think? Eric B. BTW, I found the scope I want (MARCH 3 - 24 x 42) but have not saved enough $$ yet. A spendy scope. UPDATE: Took the X-Bolt Pro out to shoot two days ago (Dec. 7) and my last three zeroing shots were less than 1/2" at 100 yards at my club range. Then I went to the steel silhouette range and from 212 yards (range is in meters) to 547 yards I rang every chicken pig and sheep or gong on the 1st shot, except one narrow gong at 547 yards that took 2 shots. I AM A HAPPY X-BOLT OWNER! ->140 gr. Hornady ELD-M ammo ->SWFA SS 3 - 15 x 42 scope, FFP, mil/mil, side focus PHOTO with new Talley matching burnt bronze Cerakote finish and zero target soon.