If the stock touching the barrel is the only problem, You can probably save quite a few bucks by having a gunsmith take care of it - or by floating the barrel yourself after watching a few YouTube videos on the subject.
There are number of videos on this subject at YouTube. - Here is one that has the basic information, so you can decide whether you would care to do it yourself. Free-Floating a Rifle Barrel
This video also has a few important tips: Free-Float II
All of this of course depends upon how you feel about the stock that you have. - Whether you would really rather have something different or not. If you would like something different, there are some great suggestions in the posts above.