I have an older model 700 bdl in 8mm remington magnum, I got into reloading because of it, have all the stuff, even found some bullets with decent BCs for it (.323") It's completely original with the bdl wooden stock, so my question is, What do I need to look for in a new stock? The action is longer than a standard "long action" so I have no idea what to look for in a new stock. Will a long magnum action stock work? It has the standard contour barrel... I assume just a decent synthetic stock and bedding will be good enough for a long range gun? My uncle who handed it down to me seems to think I should just keep it as is and buy a new rifle for long range, however i already have all the reloading stuff for it and don't have much money to work with. Planning on getting maybe a vortex viper for optics. It has an older leupold vari-x 3 on it without finger adjustable turrets. What do you guys think? Will modding it for long range be worth it or should i just save up for a rifle already set up for long range precision?