Originally Posted by longrangeshooter1
I hear that alot about the ultralights being picky. But I have really been looking at a fibermark in a 300 wby I just don't want to be disappointed in accuracy for the cost they are. I like all my long range guns be atleast sub moa. All my guns are also heavy barrels never had experience with light barreled guns at long range.
Note that the Fibermark (current version) is a regular Mark V with a Bell & Carlson stock. It only has aluminum "pillars" and not the full aluminum from "tip to grip" as the B&C Medalist does. And yes, I own 2 of the newer versions and one of the older ones so I've seen it first hand. My 7mm Fibermark has not been touched and is a sub-moa rifle.
If you are looking at a new rifle, consider the price of a Mark V synthetic and then swapping to the B&C Medalist in a color of your choice. Remove the barrel "pads" in the forearm, open up the barrel channel a bit, bed it and have fun! I'm doing one right now, just waiting on a part or two before I move on to the next step of the project.