I recently purchased a Remington 700 ADL in 25-06 for a LR Rifle project. Black synthetic factory stock, sporter contour barrel. Goal for the project is 400-700 yard MOA accuracy or better, fairly lightweight for stalking/calling, for the least amount of $$ possible. As expected, the rifle came with a heck of a pressure point in the forearm. Would I be wasting my time floating the barrel and either epoxy or pillar bedding this stock? Gun will be used off a bipod with a rear bag, and I'm just not sure if this stock will be stiff enough to hold the float with the bipod mounted. Anyone have experience with these? Tips/tricks/references? Or would I be better off investing in one of the lower end laminated stocks such as the Stocky's or Boyds? Thanks!