OK,I need to ask a question. I'll try to word it correctly,but not sure I know how. I'm looking to build a light weight rifle for mountain hunting. Elk on down to whitetails east of the Mississippi. Now then. I've seen extreme light weights down to 5 pounds! Sheese! That would carry like a 20 oz bottle of soda. As tempting as it is to just head that route,I can't imagine the 300 yd accuracy being all that great. I know it comes down to the operator in the end,but fly weight rigs can't lay still very well. I have a Guide Special here I may re-barrel to a more elk like caliber. I have a personal limit (from an operator stand point ) of 400 yds in the field on game. Does anyone here have one of the fly weight rigs that will go say 1 1/2 MOA (benched) out to 400?