Re: Remington 710 stock to a 700 stock
The remington 710 is a very inexpensive rifle. My dad and sister both have one and they like them. I am not a big fan, but heck, they don't shoot too bad. I think both get right in that 1.5moa area and neither have played with ammo. Now, as far as upgrading them goes, I don't think it is worth sticking too much into them. IMHO it would be like pimping out a ford fiesta. The barrel is pressed into the action so rebarreling is out of the question. I don't think they accept the 700 trigger either.
I honestly don't know about the stocks being able to be switched, but my gut tells me no. Have you had your stock off of the rifle before? Maybe you can see an obvious difference if you simply compare a 710 and a 700 side by side. Measure the holes in the floor plate, distance from the hole to the recoil lug...
I used to re-load but now I "hand-load".
-- Well, at least I try