Hi all, I am a long time reader, first time poster. I am looking to buy/build an accurate long range gun in 25-06. I will use it primarily for long range varmints, mule deer and antelope. I have had a desire to do this for a number of years but kept putting it off due to one thing or another. I know it isn't the most ballistic efficient caliber but I have an itch for the 1/4 bore that needs to be scratched. I am trying to find out info on Savage’s new accustock. It looks like a very good upgrade from their current stocks, which is scary since I have seen some amazing shooting from their standard stock and a little work. Any actual experience with this stock yet? Is it as good as it sounds or am I going to end up going aftermarket anyway or doing stock work to accustock? Also, I am looking at the 110fcp as a new gun option. I know it is their law enforcement series but it seems to have most of what I am looking for. My plan would be to use the stock barrel, if it performs as desired, for bench/varmint shooting and then screw on a lighter contour barrel come hunting season for deer and pronghorn antelope. Any thoughts, concerns, suggestions regarding moving in this direction? I guess if the accustock isn't that important then there are likely other models that may fit my needs. Thanks in advance, Scot E.