what's up guys,
i got a couple of questions, i have a remington sps i bought a couple of years ago in 7mm rem mag. i installed a vx-111 3.5-10x40 on it with leupold rings. i want to make this an all around long range gun. i have found that the stock is a p.o.s. so the thought is to put on something like this
Boyds' Jon R. Sundra Classic Riflestock Pepper Gray Laminate Remington 700 ADL, SPS, BDL & CDL - Special Purchase!
and then get a steel bed bedding kit from brownells. the barrel only has about a 150 rounds through it. so i am planning on leaving it for now and just shooting it till it goes out then trying my hand at installing a new one later.
so i am wondering if this sounds like a solid plan? or should i just sell and start over?
can i open up that stock up later if i put a thicker contour barrel on it?
should i put pillars in it?
is there other products that are prefered by people in the know, i just happened to find these items from browsing these pages.
i am a newbie to gunsmithing, but i prefer to do things myself when i can.
when this is all done i want to paint the whole gun camo with something like aluma-hyde 2. so i am curious if anyone has any experience with this or any other similar product.
i am not trying to make a pretty gun i just want to make an accurate everyday use gun without breaking the bank.