Is the accuracy essentially the same between the CZ, Ruger, and say the Tikka?
Also, do I really care if the stock is composite, Kevlar, or wood. I like wood and it's commonly less expensive (although I'm not sure why). I hear it said that composites are not impacted by weather. So? With a free floating barrel, the scope on the receiver, and the receiver bedded, what do I care if the wood swells and contracts a bit; if indeed it does to any meaningful measure or any more than composites change with temperature. I'm just not convinced. Maybe this is a topic for another thread. But to keep it in line with the intent of this post - given the same receiver/barrel, is a wood stock for the rifles we're discussing any less accurate than a composite?
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