My title might be misleading. I guess idk how to title it... My tikka build Is coming along, it started out as a .243. I got a hell of a deal on a package. Bought a basically new tikka t3x in .243 only 50 down the tube, and it came with a nightforce 20moa rail and ultralight rings as well as a nightforce shv 5-20x56 (exposed) all for $1250.... A steal I know. I don't need a .243 so decided to re-barrel into a caliber I've always wanted (6.5-284) I just got the barreled action back today from the Smith and the stock doesn't fit the barrel contour. The barrel is a tad bigger (.635 to .670) I'm wondering if I can use a Dremel and file out the barrel channel or should I just buy a new stock? Now this is a lightweight pack rifle. If I go another direction with stock options I don't want to spend an arm and a leg. I'm not opposed to waiting and saving, but I'd really like to use it this season and start loading development here soon. On a side note, if anyone has a stock they'd be willing to sell for a decent price or trade, let me know. Here's my build specs: Action: tikka t3x Barrel: xcaliber 26in 1:7 6groove heavy Sporter Stock: ???? Trigger: timney (on it's way) Muzzle brake:??? Base: nightforce 20moa Rings: nightforce ultralight Optic: Leupold vx5hd If anyone has any suggestions or opinions feel free to let me know!