Hello everyone. I have lurked around for probably two years but have never participated until now. I am looking to buy a new hunting rifle in the near future and would like some opinions from the experts. I'm not necessarily looking for a long range rifle but the calibers I am considering are long range cartridges so that's why I came to you guys. I currently own rifles chambered in 243, 257WBY, 270, 280, 7mm mag and 300 WM. All are Remington 700's. I'm looking at buying a plain hunting rifle. In other words, no long range stocks or heavy barrels. It will be a hunting rifle so hopefully once I have the scope zeroed I'll only be shooting one time at game so no issues with heat buildup. I feel like I am rambling so I will get on with it. I like different and faster calibers. I'm currently looking at 26 Nosler, 6.5-300 WBY and 338 RUM. I plan on buying a factory rifle instead of building one so my options are somewhat limited rifle choices. Looking at Montana and Remington for the 338, Nosler and Browning for the 26 and Weatherby for the 6.5-300. Recommendations on which caliber and rifle and why please. I do handload and am leaning towards a muzzle brake for whichever caliber. Some of the rifles I mentioned offer a brake from the factory. Thanks for any and all help.