Gents, a properly done glass bedding will almost always make it shoot better. By removing stress from the action. If the bedding is not done right, you'll know it when you shoot it!
Do a glass bedding job on a Savage (not talking about the newer action since I don't know them) and don't free float the tang and you'll know something is wrong!
The two reasons I glass bed my weapons are because they shoot better
, (maybe the shooter is not good enough to make it show, but that doesn't mean that the great qualities of a well done glass bedding job are not there), (maybe the barrel is not up to the task of allowing you to see it... and there are other things that we need to look into), and the second reason is the repeatability when taking the action off and back on... Usually my point of impact is very close; again by giving it a specific torque before zeroing in and giving the same torque when putting the action back in the stock does beautiful things for you. Remember this, when glass bedding, if you use some paste or whatever it may be that leaves a thicker coat than ideal will allow the fit not to be as "precise" as we would like it and when taking the action off and then back on you'll notice greater differences in point of impact. Jmho.
Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever.
Our Lord Jesus said that as it was in the days of Noah and
also as it was in the days of Lot so it shall be in the days...
It's happening again!!! God sent to us His prophet, and His Word
to this generation and we once more are rejecting it as was prophesied!!!
---> As promised, God Sent His Prophet to us!