the 300 SAUM is a Great caliber.. that and the 7mm SAUM... darn shame Remington screwed the marketing up on those rifles.. I have one of each in SS model 7s. Both shoot under 1" with the 7mm shooting under .5 ". Never saw or talked with anyone who owned one that didn't shoot great.
Yes I have 2 in 300 SAUM, one is a Shilen barreled sporter and the other is a factory Sendero. Both easy to load for and accurate. I used my sporter on a Kentucky elk last year (finally got drawn) and found that my extractor was broke as I went to shoot the elk a second time as he mad a 50 yard sprint. Luckily he didn't require one as he fell over at full stride and never kicked. I have plenty of other rifles to hunt with this year but I need to get it fixed.
Thanks for the recommendations.