Re: Amazing accuracy method
There is one problem with this type of bedding. It can cause point of impact changes when you use a different shooting position or rest.
The for end of most stocks have a fair bit of flex in them. Grab your barrel and the for end of your stock and press them together with your hand. See how much flex there is by the change in the gap between stock and barrel.
Now on a fully free floated barrel this will impart no force upon the barrel. However with the stock bedded for an inch or two under the chamber, the stock now acts as a large lever and can impart quite a substantial amount of force upon the barrel knox form.
If this pressure is constant as in when shooting off sand bags off a bench, accuracy can be very good. You will go away thinking you have a great rifle that will slay all manner of game .
However when we go hunting, our field shooting position and our rests can vary quite a bit. This can and will result in variations to the amount of force being applied to the for end of the rifle. This force is magnified by the compound leverage of the long for end and the short bedding under the chamber.
So in my opinion it is better to have a rifle that is fully free floated. You may end up with slightly less grouping ability off the bench but you will have a far more reliable field rifle.
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