Just thinking out loud here and maybe this post won't even have a whold lot of value, but here goes. I am getting older and I am tired of magnum recoil so I am stepping down to a quick 7mm caliber, probably a 7mm Rem or a .280 AI. Decisions, decisions, decisions. Anyhow, I am wanting a scary accurate rifle and I can get one of those from any number of gunsmiths if I want to suck it and just write the check, along with waiting a year. On the flip side, I can buy a used Sendero for about $500.00 -$600.00, send the action off to Hart, Pac Nor, Kreiger, etc. for a rebarrel job and action truing for around $600.00 then drop is back into the HS Precision stock along with a skim bedding job. What's your take on this kind of project? If I do it myself what kind of accuracy could I reasonably expect out of something like a Hart installed by them simply dropped back into the stock? I know it's a gamble and there are no guarantees. At least if I shell out a bunch of coin to a major 'smith I have someone to cry to is the rifle doesn't meet expectations.