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Old June 5, 2010, 10:20 PM   #1
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aluminum bedding

Hi all.
I am thinking of making a new stock for my Tikka T3 in 223,
I am wanting to put aluminum bedding into the stock and would like to know if there are any websites that show you what it should look like or if anyone here has any pictures of what aluminum bedding looks like.
I've been trying to find some decent information and photos but aren't having any luck.

Would appreciate any help,
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Old June 6, 2010, 12:54 AM   #2
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An aluminum bedding block precisely matches the contour of the bottom of your receiver. The front of the aluminum bedding block is precisely machined to be square with the aft side of the recoil lug. The bedding block has holes for the action screws and a cutout for the magazine well and trigger. The bedding block is then permanently glued into the stock.
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