Thread: Bedding stock
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Old February 4, 2013, 02:12 PM   #8
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When I was doing gunsmith work on a contract basis I'd get the occasional bed job. I've done a few Boyd's stocks and the un-inletted ones (or semi-inletted) work out real well.

Just based on personal experience, I would consider a pillar bedding job as the minimum. A regular "glass" (really, epoxy) bed gives you the advantage of good receiver-to-stock fit, but doesn't give you as much of an advantage when it comes to consistent clamping from the action screws.
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