I got 2 new rifles the other day and I would like to improve accuraccy on both. One is a .243 Sako85 Stainless Laminate and the other is a .300wsm Tikka T3 Lite in a Tikka T3 Varmint stock, so the barrel is extremely floated. They both shoot extremely well, especially the Sako, but the .300wsm T3 I plan on using for longrange 500+ yards, so I need/want this to be extremely accurate. What can I do to ensure this, like bedding? Float? etc... If its hard, I dont mind on getting a gunsmith to work on it for me, money isnt really a issue but I dont really want to spend heaps for unnecessary mods. Thanks for your help guys. P.S-Does anyone use or know anyone who uses a T3 for long range hunting?