Originally Posted by D*N*R*
I just inherited a bsa 243 wood stock not much on the net about them. Someone did say dont float them but cant see a disadvantage. I put on new glass and only want to sight it in once. Any one been there?
Allways test fire a rifle first. If it shoots leave it alone.
If it does not shoot to your expectations then bed and float it. you can allways add tip
For the most part if a rifle has a light barrel and stock, they normally shoot there best
with a little tip pressure for the first few shots. But after 2 or 3 shots it starts to move
around and 5 shot groups are not good.
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