Hogue makes 2 stocks, one with pillars, one with a full aluminum bedding block. In my experience the stocks with a full bedding block tend to shoot right well. It is rare to see a rifle that does not shoot at least as well after free floating the barrel, but sometimes, especially with thin barrels a little upward pressure on the barrel helps.
I'm sure with some tweaking your rifle could be made to shoot as well with the Hogue on it, but it would be an easy decision for me to put the factory stock back on it. You could spend $100 in ammo and another $200 for a gunsmith to get it shooting how you want it to shoot. Of all the aftermarket stocks a Hogue is my last choice.