If it had a wood stock I’d be all over that. I just can’t handle looking at fake stocks. Stupid I know. I also have this thing where I can’t sell my guns, like ever. So if I bought it I’d have to look at it the rest of my life....lol my plan is to just get a nice gun for a few years to shoot some boar or deer with while I save for a Montana.404 Jeff.
You can always upgrade later. My first deer rifle has gone from being an old-style Savage 110 with the heavy trigger and cruddy synthetic stock to one with a nice piece of walnut from Boyd’s, a Timney trigger on the way, and eventually it’ll get a Shilen barrel.
Point is, what the rifle is now isn’t what it has to always be. As long as you’ve got a good platform to start from, make it what you want as you go. It won’t be “custom” but it will be unique to you.