I read the "Long Range Rig for Under $1000" article on this site and in the article the writer says if his donor action has a wooden stock, then he beds his action into that stock. In his opinion a factory wooden stock is as good (accuracy in mind, not appearance) as an aftermarket replacement. what are everyone elses opinion on this for a 7-800yd hunting rifle built off a factory action? Another question: I'd been thinking about picking up a savage model 10/11/12 in 7mm Rem Mag for hunting, rebarrel and add a manners T4. I was looking at the FCP Mcmillan, and started thinking if I bought one of those, bed the action and rebarrel, I'd have the same quality rifle (again accuracy, not appearance) and probably save myself a few bucks too. Id be limited to 308, do you guys think 1 or the other scenario would be superior than the other?