Thanks for all the help guys. After reading all the posts I sorta almost combined them with my idea and had at it today. Granted, I'm not done, but so far I've made a lot of progress both forwards and backwards.
Chad, I can deffinately see where a mill would be a help. Goose, I think yours is going to turn out a lot better than mine, but I am trying. This is my first, so try not to laugh too hard.
This morning I got up and broke out the dremel tool and went to work on it. Black stuff is flying everywhere and I'm making good progress digging out all the little stiffening beams in the Savage's stock I need rid of. At this point it would have ended up kinda like Goose's stock if I'd have stopped there. I however, have a problem with stopping. I decided to incorporate Chad's idea of tying the front and back together so it doesn't flex around the recoil lug area. Given that I don't have any carbon fiber or talent for carbon fiber, I decided steel rods would work nicely as a cheap sub. ~$3 at lowe's for 3 feet if you're wondering.
So I set back to work with ye' old dremel tool and cut along the sides of the lug in the stock. This took forever and caused about an inch more dust of the carpet downstairs (I have no shop or shed). While dremeling out the area behind the lug for the rod to go and tie it all up I saw something. What did I see? You guessed it, daylight. So I managed to eat a small hole in the stock.
So I'm not too happy about that, but it happens. I think it'll be okay once I'm done though because I intend to camo the stock. On the bright side, The stock is now almost ready for me to epoxy in the steel rods (I got the threaded ones for the surface area). I just have to clean up a lot of the inside of the stock with a knife and then tape everything up for it to be bedded. Speaking of bedding. All that's available here is short strand fiberglass bodyfiller. Def not ideal so I'm going to keep searching for a place that handles Devcon. I'm rather certain I'll be banned from the site if I use bodyfiller to bed with.
J.E. I plan on using your idea in the future. This is a temporary fix and hopefully I will be able to purchase a nice stock for it in the future. I also took this as a learning experience so that when I do get a nice stock, I'll know 100% of how to bed it properly. Just wanting to get all the learning mistakes out on el' cheapo.
Thanks everyone! If it turns out alright I'll try to post pics. Could take me a while though. Days off are severely limited.