A properly bedded rifle is the most accurate, its also the most expensive way to go, which is why free floating became so popular. But with a wooden stock its going to move and shift with temperature and humidity changes... So free floating might be best if you plan on using this rifle year round. But even free floating has problems if not properly done. Without proper clearance down the length of the stock you can have pressure points along the barrel where it touches the stock, which can throw off accuracy. Some people use the credit card trick when this happens. To adjust the pressure point. Mcmillian does full length epoxy glass bedding, and they're pretty renown for their stock work, might want to look them up because there used to be a lot of good info on their site, been awhile since I've checked it out though.
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