I have my PSL (have had it for more than a decade now) and own it more because of the type of rifle it is and not because of its accuracy. I have an extremely fine Pedersen 3000 in 30-06 for my very very accurate shooting. My NDM-86 and PSL exist solely for entertainment and that whole "just in case" scenario. Both rifles are equally accurate, both are odd-looking to the extreme without changing them, and both are fun to shoot. In the end, neither is super accurate nor are the platforms capable of being super accurate. In the end, to make them super accurate would make them super expensive without a prayer of recouping costs. I don't see the need to modify, personally.
But it takes all kinds to make the world work. I have a 1949 Ford F1 in original condition and can't for the life of me see why anyone would take something that was manufactured more than 60 years ago and hot-rod it - they don't make any more of them! But, I do know guys that think a 1949 Ford doesn't look right unless they throw out the flat-head and replace it with a small-block V-8, trash the suspension for something more road-worthy, discard the positive-ground AM radio with something more pleasing to the ears, and then add air conditioning to boot. For all that trouble, I say buy a new Ford as the old one is obviously not for you. But, that's just me.
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