You will essentially be shortening the throat so that you'll reduce the .126" jump to the lands. That way you'll be close to the lands and still be able to use the mag that you have with the Badger bottom metal.
That is initially what I wanted to do to my 300WSM. I had it purposely long throated to handle the big bullets, but the smith made it a little longer than I wanted. It ended up causing pressure problems and ES issues. We didn't follow through because we found out the barrel was shot out. That would be a whole lot less work than trying to fit new bottom metal and re-bed the stock.
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