So, theres alot of great gunsmiths on this site and I was going to send my rifle out to one of them... After talking to a few friends I shoot with, they recommended me going to a local gunsmith who they had do work on their rifles. Currently I have a bone stock Remington 700 SA, the work to be done is thread and chamber my 6.5mm blank, I wanted it chambered to 260 rem shotting 140 vld's, i loaded a blank and brought it with me, OAL of 2.952". Also have a Wyatts extended box to be installed. When I walked in, the first guy I talked to told me it would be $250 to have the barrel threaded, chambered and crowned, and $150 to blueprint the action... As he was writing it up, the gunsmith came out and said it would be $50 extra to "customize" my chamber to the bullet, and $50 more to index the barrel so that one of the flutes is completely centered on the top, and he said it has to be done that way and looks horrible if it isnt.... I also asked him if i should replace the recoil lug and he said they just grind the stock one and its fine.... About the chamber, he said they have to keep cutting, and testing with my blank until it fits in without the bullet in the riffling, does that sound correct??? After leaving I started feeling a bit hesitant about having them do my work... Does this sound legit or should I pick up my rifle and ship it off???