Hey guys, I need some opinions and advice here. I'm trying to build my Wal-Mart model 70 7wsm to shoot better. The longest shots I've taken so far is 467 yds. My group was a little over 4" without flyers counted. The rifle is a bone stock super shadow, with the trigger adjusted down to a little over 3 pounds. That's as low as I could get it and still pass safety test. It has a Bushnell Banner 4x18x50 scope setting in a dead nutz one piece mount. Right now I'm shooting a 150gr. Sierra matchking behind 72grns. of magpro. Wlrm primer with a col of 2.855". That should be .010" off the lands. I'm thinking of getting: the houge overmolded stock with aluminum bedding block, jewell trigger, and a brake. If it still won't shoot accurately out until I run out of MOA, mabey an aftermarket barrel as well.What do you guys think about this combo? I really like the looks of the stock, and the rubber would be a plus as this will mainly be a deer rifle, but that doesn't matter if it won't shoot. Also, what brake do yall' recommend? I only weigh about 155 pounds, and this rifle kicks me pretty good! Thanks in advance do any help!