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TRG-S 338 LM Bedding Fix Report

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Old 05-27-2004, 01:49 AM
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Re: TRG-S 338 LM Bedding Fix Report

Hi. I am new to this forum. I have a TRG-S in 300 WBY. It has a 3-9 Swarovski on it with sako rings and bases. I have gone to the Sako website, and it seems they no longer chamber the TRG-S in 300 WBY, but they did when I bought mine in 1994. I have never been overly satisfied with its accuracy. I have come across threads here speaking of a recoil lug problem that I was not aware of.
How did you get so much space between the barrel and the stock? Can you just sand it away. I would like a bit more space there, but don't need that much, as I don't use a bipod. Any recomendations on a way to make my rifle more accurate would be appreciated. Is there a good way to bed the rifle yourself? I guess what I have read on these forums regarding the TRG-S combined with my loss of the initial confidence I had in my rifles accuracy, has left me disheartened.
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