I got a really good deal on a lightly used (almost unused) rifle with a blueprinted Remington 700 action that I just couldn't pass up - mostly because of the chassis and scope that came with it. The rifle was chambered in .260 Remington, but I'm already set up for 6.5 Creedmoor with another rifle so I removed the barrel and used the action, chassis, and scope in another project rifle. I didn't want to invest in dies and brass for the .260 when the 6.5 CM is so close in performance. I have a Remington 40X .308 that's going to need a new barrel soon and I'd like to have another 6.5 CM rifle. Is it feasible to have the .260 barrel - it's a Shilen - rechambered to 6.5 CM? Or would I be better off trying to sell the barrel as is and put the money toward a new barrel?