I keep reading about the need to re-barrel for better accuracy, Krieger, Broughton, Brux and other names. But when I read the specifications on a barrel from one of these companies they say they are made to SAMMI specifications. If the barrel on my 270 WSM is made to factory spec. which I assume are SAMMI specs what good does it do to re-barrel? I assume the chamber would be the same size as the one I have now. My Savage 270 WSM barrel has about 100 rounds through it. It won’t hold a 10” pattern at 100 yds with factory bullets or my re-loads. (I am the third owner all had the same problem). I have taken it to gun smiths and none could seem to find any problem (or cared much to try). Thought I would send it in to have re-built but it seems 6 months is minimum time to get it done and returned. lightbulbSo then I thought I would put an Accurate Innovations stock on it. Add a Nightforce scope with solid bases. But would all that help accuracy if the barrel is not changed? It would at least be bedded and I would be rid of the plastic stock. I think I could put on a Krieger barrel on it (I’ve read how to do it) but I would not be able to lap the threads and receiver-mating shoulder. I would just install it without lapping. Is this an Ok idea or should I wait until I get a gun smith to do it up proper? The bottom line is accuracy can it be archived in several steps?