Just bought a 300wsm from an auction sight. While waiting to receive the gun, I have been lurking on this forum and other sites. The more i research, the more i want to start tinkering.
This is the description of the rifle:
Custom built Winchester M70 300 WSM. HS Precision green stock with aluminum bedding block for free floating barrel. E.R. Shaw precision 26" fluted, tapered and crowned 1 1/8" bull barrel. Includes 20 MOA scope base and 6-9" Harris Bi-Pod. Shoots under MOA using Sierra BTHP Match King bullets. Shot only 31 times for breakin. Trigger set at 3#.
Do you see anything that worries you? What needs to be done, if anything, to make this rifle as accurate as possible. The action does not seem to have been bedded, although there is a tiny bit of material inside. The barrel does not seem to free float, is this a problem?
Here she is.