Hi guys i've been around the forums for a bit reading and reading. I would really like to get into long range hunting, however I can't at the moment, maybe later on in life. Well anyways about 2 years ago I bought my first rifle and it is the bargain priced Stevens 200 in 30-06. Its a shooter from what I hear. I've shot it a good amount, but not enough to get a good feel for it or test its true accuracy (I've been pretty busy). Well anyways what seems to bother me the most about the rifle is the stock. I know there are many replacement stocks out there, however I would like to go a different route (not only because I prefer a cheaper route, but because I like projects). So from what I've found over the internet some time ago was a fellow poured lead shot and epoxy in the butt and forearm of the stock. He also put a steel rod in the forearm to make it sturdy. I put the link in my favorites, but for some reason I can't seem to find it. So maybe you guys can help me out.
Thanks in advance guys and I love the forum!