I want to get a good lefty hunting rifle, but I'd also get a varmint rifle. Anywho, here's my perdica-mina-mina-ment: I have a great rifle to hunt with, a Rem 700 ADL in 30-06 that will put 5 shot on a quarter at 100 yds, but it's right handed. (No, I won't sell it) BUT! There are alot of great varmint hunting opportunities here in CA and I'd really like to get a varmint gun. So here's where I am: If I get a good lefty hunting rifle, I'll have a good lefty hunting rifle. But, it may not be accurate enough for the varminting I want do. For hunting rifles I'm looking at the following: Weatherby AccuMark, .257 WBY Weatherby AccuMark, 300 WBY Savage Weather Warrior, (Stainless) .308 Savage Weather Warrior, (Stainless) .30-06 Remington 700 LSS, .300 RUM (I'm worried about accuracy with this one) (Recoil isn't a factor and would like rifle to be able shoot 1 MOA) And for varmint rifles, the only one I'm looking at is the Remington 700 VSF in .308. But if I get the varmint I'll also have to buy another scope. (Either a Loopy, Nikon or Burris) But I can hunt with the varmint rifle even though it'll be tough. (Lot's of walking in thick, rolling hills) And my total budget is about $1400. Thanks. ('Cause I am lost!!) Oh yeah, I'll be hunting lots 'o' varmints at long ranges, wild pigs, deer, bears, swingers out to 700 yards and if I get drawn, elk. Any input would really help me out.