I would like to get into long range shooting and was looking for some advice on the best way to go about it. I have a Remington 700 in 300 win mag that I would possible like to turn into a longer range gun. It is basically a stock Rem 700 that I won several years ago. I have hunted with it a few times but just don't love the feel of the gun. I have read that a Rem 700 can be modified fairly easily as compared to other makes and I guess my question is, for a first long range gun, am I better off modifying (changing the stock, accurizing it, maybe rebarreling) my current gun? Or, starting from scratch? When I say modify, I mean having a gunsmith do the work. And when I say better off, I guess I am asking both price wise and quality of gun wise. I know prices vary from gunsmith to gunsmith, but typically speaking. Sorry for the long winded questions, and thanks in advance.