The serial number on my frame is 3xxxxx, so I should have no problems with a G2 barrel (anything above 196xxx should be fine). I would like a MGM 23" barrel with the .810 diameter muzzle. This should be the same as the G2 factory profile. I would like to get a Boyd's stock. There is no issue with the butt (I think maybe a 13" LOP since I like a bit shorter pull and end it with a Limbsaver since I am becoming a recoil wimp in my old age.) My problem is the foreend. The Boyd's standard rifle configuration is for a 13/16" channel (0.8125") and the foreend screw spacing is 3 9/16" (3.5625" Center to center). The MGM barrel widget lists a Super 16 (3.550") Rifle foreend screw spacing. Will this work with the Boyd's Stock without a lot of work on my part? I know that 0.0125" is just a little bit off, but I would like to know in advance. Has anyone been down this particular road? I have too many memories of small amounts of material becoming a big pain to deal with elegantly.