Weatherby introduced its first women's rifle in 2016, and now the company has four versions available. Three are built around the company's Mark V action. The Camilla features a shorter length of pull, a canted butt stock, and a slimmer forend compared to most rifles. The Deluxe, with a $2,700 price tag to match its name, sports a high-gloss walnut stock and weighs 6.5 pounds. At 5.75 pounds, the Camilla Subalpine has a composite stock and Cerakote finish, making it my go-to backcountry rifle. I've used mine, chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, on two winter wilderness hunts so far, and I've yet to tire of carrying it slung over my shoulder. The third and newest model is the Camilla Ultra Lightweight, which also weighs 5.75 pounds but for $400 less than the Subalpine. It also sports a composite stock, though in an olive drab with a black spider web finish. If the price tags on those three rifles are too steep for what you're looking to spend, consider the Vanguard Camilla, which is just as lovely and will run you $860.