Bought a Remington SPS-Tactical in .308 recently. Their Hogue Overmolded (should be "Overrated") leaves a lot to be desired. Been pondering what could be done to improve things.
The guys at Red Hawk Rifles fixed me up with a Bell & Carlson stock that's as stiff as the Hogue is rubbery. *I highly recommend these guys; they're great to do business with.
I wanted a detachable mag gun so a Pacific Tool & Gauge 'bottom metal" set-up w/ AICS mags was added. The B&C stock is so well reenforced that I had to open the stock up on my Bridgeport milling machine in order to accept the bottom metal.
My next buy was an SWFA scope. I settled on their SS10X42M w/mildot reticle.
*Another good company. Their reps know their stuff, are glad to answer questions, and let the scopes sell themselves. AND, they ship your purchase when they say they will.
Took it out to the range and with American Eagle (Federal) 150gr. FMJ/BT ammo I'm consistantly putting rounds all but through the same hole at 100yds.
Here's my rifle so far; enjoy the pictures.
Update; Harris 1A2-BRM Bi-pod added. If I miss with this guy, it's MY fault.