I have two .243 rifles. One is a Red Hawk Rifle ( slightly tuned Rem 700) with 26" varmint barrel in a B&C stock, the other a Savage 11 trophy hunter XP 100% stock. I also do not really like the twist rate on either of these guns. The 700 is too heavy to carry or hunt with, but is truly a 1/4" to 3/8" gun with 95 grain Berger classic hunters. The Savage shoots right around 1 MOA +/-. I am not happy with 1 moa. The gist of this is, I would like a gun more accurate than the Savage and lighter than the Remington. I'm willing to make the compromise for a hybrid of the two. Question is, do I just 1.) Sell these 2 rifles and get a new Proof rifle in 6mm cm 2.) Buy a proof barrel in 243 with the faster twist and put on the Remington and sell the savage 3.) sell the Remington and buy a stock, bottom metal and proof barrel 243 fast twist to upgrade the savage??? I reload for the .243 so I really don't see much reason to go 6mm cm unless I buy a totally new rifle, because it's almost impossible to find a standard production rifle in .243 win that has anything faster than a 9.125" twist.