Hi everyone! I have a Savage 116 Weather Warrior in 7mm Rem Mag that I'm thinking about replacing the stock on. Right now it shoots one inch groups at 100yds, which is plenty accurate enough for the hog hunting I usually do (typical range is usually around 100yd shots and never over 200) but I want to start hunting sheep in the mountain and ranges will be more like 200-300yd shots for the sheep and possibly out to 400yds. Scope on this rifle is a Bushnell Elite 4200 3-9x40 with Talley lightweight mounts if that matters at all. Overall, I'm very happy with the out-of-the-box accuracy of my Savage, but I think the factory stock (not accu-stock) is a weak point. I'm thinking about glass bedding the stock and if that doesn't help, then replacing the stock. My question is this: what are typical accuracy gains from bedding a synthetic stock such as the factory Savage non-accu stock? Also, would I be better off just buying a better stock instead of bedding the factory stock, and what type of replacement stock would you suggest? I don't have any experience with this so please excuse me if this seems like a dumb question and I'm open to anyone's thoughts who has more experience than me. Thanks in advance!