Originally Posted by pfraze
I have a remington 700 7mm rem mag. Its the cheaper version with the synthetic stock. I was wondering what I could do to it to further its accuracy? It shoots pretty good, and I killed a mule deer at 400+ yards year before last. I'm curious what I can do it with out breaking the bank. Thanks!
If you don't want to break the bank, buy yourself a laminate stock (easily under $100) then pillar and epoxy bed it. Have the trigger adjusted for a light crisp let-off (by a gunsmith if you're not sure). That alone will give you more consistant accuracy.
Also, unless you handload already, look into it as it'll increase accuracy and save you money long term - two things you are looking for. Some of the Lee Precision reloading kits are very well priced, while there are better, you can pay 3x more and not see a difference in accuracy. This will allow you to practice with your rifle more as it won't cost so much, making YOU a better shot, not just your rifle.
Those are my recommendations