I really wasn’t trying to set it up for Hunter class. I would have to rebarrel for that to get the weight down. All I really want to do is restock the rifle to get the weight and stock configuration rule compliant for standard rifle. The benefit is I already own the rifle. If I didn’t own the rifle it wouldn‘t make sense. Just trying to repurpose a LNIB safe queen into something that will get used. The rifle was made to win gold medals in the Olympics. It has a superb FWB match 2-stage trigger, a super accurate barrel, and a very heavy duty match bolt and receiver that is smooth as glass. I have a CZ452 Lux and when you compare the CZ barreled action next to the FWB the CZ looks like junk. I really like CZ rifles but there is no comparison. The FWB bolt and action are twice the size and so much more robust. Everything is perfectly machined, polished, blued, and built to shoot an astronomical amount of rounds. The action is so smooth, slick, and closes up like a bank vault. I have been looking for a LH 1712 for a while or possibly a LH Vudoo or Turbo action in a LH silhouette stock, etc. with the plan of selling the FWB 2600 to help fund the purchase. Then it occurred to me the rifle I have is every bit as good as what I am looking for and I already own it. Somewhere in all my crap I have the factory test target for it with a 1/4” hole at 50M. Chances are I won’t find anything that can shoot better than that. It would be easier and cheaper to get a proper stock and get the weight down. It does have a 25” barrel so shortening the barrel is another option to get the weight down further. If I did shorten the barrel then it’s no longer a 3P rifle and I could sell the sight set and stock to help defray the cost. It seems like for under $1K I could have a top end rifle leaving me more money for a nice scope. Granted I am not including the $1K I spent on the rifle but that money is long ago spent and the wife has long forget about it.