I'm currently using a Sako 75 with an ASE JetZ mod in .243, which I love but find the whole combo a bit lengthy - it's got the standard . I remember reading a piece in Shooting Times (I think) about chopping barrels having no effect on accuracy. I appreciate I'll lose some muzzle velcity so am I best to leave well alone or would anyone recommend going for the chop?
Also, is there anything I could consider to improve my Sako? Can the trigger be improved, or would the (synthetic) stock benefit from glass bedding or again, am I best to leave things as they are? I'm not going to rush out and start messing for the sake of things as it already outshoots me every time, but more out of curiosity I suppose.