I bought a really nice used Winchester Model 70 Featherweight in .243 last year, and promptly put it in the safe. I was finally going to put a scope on it recently, when I realized that the stock had been cut down to a 12.5" length of pull! I feel like an idiot, but the job was done extremely well and the recoil pad looked original so it never clicked to check the LOP. My question is what should I do? Should I shoot it as is? Should I put another slip-on pad over the existing pad to increase the LOP to a normal dimension? Should I trade it and get one with a full size stock? Should I save it until my 3-year old son can use it some day? Let me know what you would do in this case.