I am currently piecing together a custom build. I have a #4 bartlein barrel which is the bull sporter contour. I also have a manners mc-sl stock that will work with that contour(manners said they'd happily inlet the barrel channel a bit more so the barrel will fit a bit better). The stock is more of what they call a mountain type stock. So far I really like the way it feels. The grip is not nearly as swept as a standard hunting type stock. It is a bit more vertical and has a nice palm swell that feels really nice. But it does not have a raised comb. I had originally bought the stock for a different purpose. My intent is to build a long range rifle in .300 win mag. My question is, am I starting with the wrong stock for the purpose that the gun is built for? Should I consider a different stock, one with a raised comb and a truly vertical grip? I'm sure it will work but this will probably be a once in a lifetime gun for me. I typically prefer scopes with 40-42 mm objectives but might consider a 50 mm objective for this rifle and I'm worried that I might regret my choice in stocks. Any opinions would be appreciated.