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Does the Accustock eliminate the need to piller and/or glass bed?

 
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Old 02-07-2011, 08:51 PM
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Re: Does the Accustock eliminate the need to piller and/or glass bed?

Go here and watch the video, the action is pulled down into a cradle, between rails along the sides of the action.

Savage Arms > AccuStock


The side rails spread as the action is pulled down into them.

Bedding an action into that system would defeat the purpose of the design of the side rails.

I think you would be better off getting a different stock and than bedding the Accustock.
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