Here is what I would do since it's what I've done. Get an aftermarket stock, fiberglass or laminated that is lighter than the current solid wood stock. Bipods are nice in some instances, but a set of bags is better IMO. .308 is a real nice cartridge to start reloading for, and your quest for the best accuracy out of your rifle should keep you interested and testing yourself and your loads. Deer and hogs? The .308 could make a nice varmint rifle with 95gr HPs. Depending on funds and priorities, you could also have your action bedded and your trigger pull adjusted/lightened. To me the .308win is the best and most versatile cartridge one could have in their rifle collection especially for the reloader, and the Savage rifles make an excellent opportunity. Get yourself out to the 3-500yd range and have some fun. Work with the scope you've already got unless you want to get into the really big bucks.