Howdy - I have an old Remington 700 in .308 Winchester. Back story: my uncle who owned the gun before me chopped the barrel to make it a bush gun - the stock is beat up, and barrel was cracked at the crown. I bought it, put a nice pac-nor barrel on it almost 10 years ago, and now it's getting to the point I need to refinish/replace the stock. The trigger is awesome, the receiver is stout and strong, and the barrel is super-match grade. The problem is the barrel is very large - when I had the barrel ordered, the 'smith working on the gun floated the barrel on glass, but had to etch away so much wood, the stock became fragile at grip-end of the stock. The gun is a hunting rifle, and I enjoy my time on the bench as well. Is there a stock you guys recommend that I can adjust length of pull, still be light enough to carry in the woods, and take the wide barrel? Also, I am inquiring about fluting the barrel to improve the balance in the new stock, which may be lighter than the original? Thoughts and comments appreciated!