Any long range guys here? I have a question. First let me say that I know todays long range and accuracy guys tend to lean toward synthetic stocks for their long range rifles. Wood tends to swell and warp a lot more with temperature and humidity changes, causing barrel contact and accuracy issues and lack of consisitency. But what about a Model 7 rifle (for example)? The synthetic stock on it is about as cheap and flimsy as they come, similar to the bottom line rifles made by all the Makers (Rem 783, Axis.....). So, do you think a Seven in a factory wood stock would be better/more accurate than one in that Tupperware, synthetic stock it comes in? Gimme your $0.02!