My Barreled M7 action in .350RM just got back today from Cerakoting today. The Manners MCS-EH8 Plus stock arrived last week. Tomorrow the package heads to my smith for bedding. Based on the current weights I'm getting 5.7lbs of "bolt action fury" (IAW the Ad), which is slightly lighter than the original 600 Magnum and adds another 1.5" in barrel length for some additional "fury". Manners carbon fiber: Total weight with scope (it has two scopes, a 1.25-4 Swarovski and a 2.5-8x36 Leupold), 4rds of 225 grain and sling will be just under 7lbs. I'm hoping the accuracy holds, this is 3rds of 200Hornady Interlock at 2830FPs (I call it Fury (-), cause it can hit over 2900) That I worked up a load for last year. The 225 Partitions performed just as well. The manners will be free-floated, the OEM stock had forward pressure. Sticking to the lighter .358 bullets it gets a little more MV than the .35Whelen in a more compact package. Before it's transformation it was 8+ lbs of "fury" due to the laminated Mannlicher stock: It was showing some wear due to be carried for a few years in the Pacific North Wet and needed a facelift. So it got a facelift and went on a diet. I'm hoping it's completed in time for some drives this season, that will give me some time to save up for a red checkered Filson.