I have a Remington Sportsman78 in .270 that just shoots lights out since I bought it in 1984. My reward for promotion to E-5. The only thing I would like that it doesn't offer is the magazine floorplate capability. I despise racking out the magazine everytime I unload.
Lately I've been fancying a Boyd JSR stock in black pepper laminate and I'm thinking, why not buy the ADL to BDL conversion kit that Brownell's offers when I restock and get a BDL stock?
Will I lose some stiffness and accuracy in doing this mod? I plan on installing pillar mounts in the new stock too.
This rifle currently shoots three of my handloads with different bullets .7 to 1.1", 5-shot groups, consistently. It is and always will be my drag anywhere, through anything, in any weather deer hunting rifle. Accuracy is more than I really need currently but I would hate to see it open up too much.
Thanks for your input.