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Old January 1, 2011, 02:45 PM   #9
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Best to think what you are going to do with that rifle before deciding how to bed it. I suspect most of the people for floating a barrel are open country hunters or out west hunters. If you hunt mountainous, thick areas where you are constantly getting grit and dirt under the barrel, I would think about solid bedding that barrel. Old model 70's are so tight that it looks like the tree grew around the barrel and most shot quite well. If you do go with a solid bed, it is best to have a screw in the fore arm attaching it to the barrel.
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