Go visit the gun and squeeze the forend, it is to flexy on my Howa the weight of the silencer alone was enough to make the stock flex enough to put pressure on the barrel and move the point of aim.
If you like the feel of the Hogue stock get the full aluminum chassis stock not the plastic chassis pillar bedded.
When shooting prone I could just pull the stock tighter to my shoulder and the forend would flex enough to touch the barrel.
When I ordered the rifle I did not know Hogue made two grades of stocks, I had shot the aluminum chassis stock before and liked it. I was able to sell my factory stock on Ebay for about half the cost of the Aluminum chassis stock.