I've been considering a Kimber Talkeetna and / or a Weatherby Mark V Weathermark in .375 H&H.
I like the fact that they're both made in America; Kimbers in New York State, Weatherby Mark V's in California.
I've been coming across some negative press on the Kimbers; such as the rifles that were made in Oregon compared to the ones currently made in New York are of a better quality. The main complaint is that the Kimber's made in New York have quite a variance in accuracy; you might get a good one or you might not.
Conversely, I've not seen any negative press on the Weatherby Mark V's in regards to accuracy or anything else.
Does anyone have any good or bad experiences with either of these rifles in an Alaskan hunting scenario?
How did the rifle(s) shoot, handle wet,cold weather, any corrosion and/or functioning issues, etc.?