I have a couple of Sendero's, which I have skim bedded. Both rifles are semi-customs and both shot tighter, more consistant groups after being bedded.
Here is the last one I did, it's on a 6.5x284 (.291 nk) that I wanted to extract every last bit of accuracy I could wring from the stock so I did the action sides as well as a supporting pad under the first two inches of the chamber beyond the recoil lug as it is fitted with a no7 profile Krieger.
(I think that this stock is a Bell and Carlson, as it is slightly different inside to the HS on my other 700)
I just ground out the aluminium areas to recieve the Devcon as I would for a wooden stocked rifle.
I was toying with purchasing an A5 for this rifle, but the damn thing shoots so well now, I cannot justify the expense [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]
Now I have another project in the melting pot that uses an A5 [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]