I've been without my rifle for a couple weeks, and finally picked it up from the gunsmith. I had the Sage EBR stock installed on it. I'm gonna have to take it back to him in a couple weeks, so he can take it all back apart again and install a Sadlak scope mount. Then I'll be puttin' a Leupold Mark 4 4.5-14x50 and US Optics scope rings on it. The gunsmith said since he forgot to install the scope mount, he'll go 'head and sight in the scope for me too. I put a Tango Down bipod on the rifle. It wouldn't lock the legs back with it installed the correct direction, so I had to install it backwards. The handguards are a little too wide on the stock for the legs. Now it works perfect, and I actually like it better since it frees up more room on the handguards when the bipod is collapsed. The Sage feels a lot more solid than the original synthetic stock did. It's a good bit heavier, but it feels like it could handle anything. I can't wait to put some rounds through it. The gunsmith did put 10 rounds through it at 50 yards, and said he had to measure the grouping 'cause he was puttin' all the rounds through the same hole. He said the stock didn't reduce recoil, but it did reduce muzzle flip so follow up shots are much quicker and easier. Instead of the recoil goin' up and back, it just goes back. He also said that you can feel every movement inside the rifle, which I think is kinda cool, since the stock is all aluminum and bolted together. It's good to finally have my rifle back home, but I know I'll be without it again soon. It's all worth the wait, though.