Before I went full on "M-39", I hunted about 8 years 'round with a 700ADL, .243W
BrownBears, Muskox, Moose, Wolves, Black Bear, Jack Rabbits and Caribou by the ton ....all were started to the way to the dinner table with that same rifle.
I removed the comb and cheek wood, and slimmed up the front a bit , basicle lightening it as much as possible (Walking across Tundra, possessions ARE a burden)
I filed the rear sight level and flat, and removed the bead, that easily "rolls" to one side if hit or dropped, and squared off the top of the front sight for a nice fine blade.
I lost it when our boat flipped on a floating log in the river, splash, right to the bottom....
700 ADL is a very popular, dependble, accurate Arctic hunting rifle, even in 30-06, a great round.