The whole action is not bedded. In the rear it is just a dab under the rear tang and none down the sides until you get to the front of the loading port. It is bedded from there forward out to about 2" under the barrel. The stock on this one is the early HS Precision one. My other 2 Accumarks are the Bell & Carlson ones. I like the latter ones better due to the better recoil pads.
A giant scope helps while aiming too!
I too am powerless when it comes to wind. That 200 yard range is on a single lane dead end country road that is bordered on all four side by 60' tall fir trees. Even when it's ripping 30 mph winds every where else it is pretty mild there. I mainly blows in puffs that will stand a ribbon straight out from time to time and it swirls in all directions so I just watch the ribbons and the lower tree branches. When it looks to lay down I break the shot. The time of flight at 3950 fps seems to keep the wind drift to a minimum. I would post the target but it is riddled with other holes from my 300 with the broken scope spraying bullets all over it.
That same gun at 400 yards is hard pressed to ever get a hit on even a milk jug in 30 mile an hour with gusts. That's why I'm killing myself trying to get these 200 grain Accubonds to work.