I picked up a used Savage 110 30-06 Long Action and it shoots just fine though it appears to have been stored in a hard case and not oiled religiously so it has some pits on the barrel. I have been debating as to what would be the best course of action. I'd appreciate any comments or experience on any of the following: 1) Cold bluing the spots is out (I want it to look pretty good when all is done) but considering rebluing the barrel and/or action and leaving it in 30-06. 2) Adding an Adams & Bennet barrel in the blued condition and rechambering it to 35 Whelen. Most of the other barrels seem to be slanted to the precision shooter and while no doubt super accurate, are far more than I want to spend and that does not include the smithing costs to fit them. - Anyone have experience with A&B barrels, seems like these are something I can install myself though as a rookie I am a bit hesitant. 3) Rebluing and reaming the chamber to 30-06 AI. I Don't reload yet, but may be a good impetus to start. 4) Adding a syn stock to replace the hardwood from the factory. Thanks in advance for any advice that can be proffered.