Get it bedded, and make sure it's free-floated, and you'll probably be fine. I'm a big believer in composite stocks, but they will add to the total of the rifle. Wood stocks have been in the field a long time. If/ when you can afford to put a composite stock on it, do so, if you're so inclined. I've had more than one rifle project that was on a lay-away plan.
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