Why do I need one of these? I have a ruger MKII in 280 rem, took a lot of work and some coin to get it to shoot, started out as a skeleton stocked ruger with a very heavy trigger pull, shot anywhere from 2" to 5" moa at 100 yds(blaming most of that on the 6lb trigger), the gun would have been sold but was a gift from my Grandfather when I moved up here for a mountain rifle. Didn't shoot very good at all until I put a timney trigger set at 2.5lbs and glass bedded a HS precision stock on there and now I can put 3 140gr tsx in the same hole or very close to it @ 100 yds...the only setback is the rifle weighs almost 9 lbs w/ scope which is a setback for a mtn rifle. I also have a browning x bolt carbon fiber stainless stalker that shoots 130gr tsx very well but am having a hard time warming up to this rifle. I have always wanted a Kimber MT and am thinking about the 280AI. I have an opportunity to pick one up this week from a friend that i know shoots the factory 140gr accubonds under an inch and would be the great lightweight mountain rifle that i've wanted for a long time, I just have a hard time justifying spending another $1500 on a rifle/scope that will do nothing more that what I already have other than doing it in a lighter package. It's not necessarily the money that is the issue but the fact that I have 2 very similar calibers that do the same thing but wouldn't be as much of a joy to carry(must say the x bolt is pretty light and my current sheep rifle). I am going to start reloading soon so availabity of ammo should not be an issue. Thoughts?