The Ruger action would deffinatly not be my first choice but have done it a couple of times.
You run into a couple of obsticles
#1 Finding a smith that can put a barrel/stock on aint hard but doing it right and trueing the action will narrow the field down considerable!
#2 The front angled screw and irregular shaped action make bedding these critters challangeing.
#3 Mounting a scope for normal hunting on a Ruger is easy with the supplied rings but good luck finding 20MOA bases or 35mm rings for these critters!!
The smith that did my 308 Baer cheated
He ground the recoil lug off, drilled a new hole for the front screw and added a recoil lug between the barrel and action.