I'm going to get it bedded, trigger job and put on a muzzle brake. After that, I'll see how it shoots and go from there.Congrats, nice rig. Are you planning to do immediate upgrades to it, or shoot it like that for a while?
Plus one... very good advise.The stock is probably ok, and worth bedding; but I'd worry about that Remy barrel (new or used).
Shoot some loads through it (on a lead sled or with a sand bag between rifle butt and shoulder) before you invest in a muzzle brake.
To paraphrase Forrest Gump: Remington barrels "are like a box of chocolates; you never know what yer gonna get." You might decide to replace it with a custom barrel.
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