It's a vanguard, not that it's bad but that is a budget gun for weatherby.
IMHO I doubt it makes much difference on that if you do or don't. Those composite stocks aren't the same as high end synthetic stocks or fiberglass ones like real long range guns have. They are basically plastic and even if you channel them out they flex and shift really easily.
If you want to make this gun a shooter, but an after market stock of better quality and bed the action into it and float it. Then you have a chance to see if your barreled action is capable of whatever long range your trying to accomplish. Boyd's is a really in expensive option that is pretty darn good without breaking the bank.
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