Hey all! A few years ago I bought my wife a bergara b14 hunter in 30-06. We've had quite the time trying to get this thing to shoot. They replaced the rifle once for not meeting the accuracy guarantee but the new one seems to be almost as bad. Since then I've really got into shooting long range more and more and shes a pretty good shot with my other rifles. I'd like to rebarrel this bergara and am thinking a good candidate would be the 6.5x284. I believe the norma is the chambering I would want but not too sure on the actual specifics. I do reload and understand it's a reloaders cartridge and I'm ok with that. I'm getting ready to buy the barrel and am thinking a 3b bartlein with some spiral fluting probably 22-24" with a brake. I talked to a local Smith that's very well known for building true shooters and he said the action should be ok and not need trued up. The main function of the rifle will be deer and elk hunting inside 8-900 yards and some long range steel of coarse. I'm thinking the stock will need replaced and that's fine by me as that stock doesn't fit her very well. Now, ive heard of some feeding issues with this cartridge?? Also, is there anything else I should know? Does this build sound about right? I would go prc but that requires a magnum bolt face. Thanks to all!