Originally Posted by SidecarFlip
Plus one on that. I'd also check the torque of the wedge block that secures the barrel to the receiver. Even torque on both fasteners is more important.
I use the good old snot stock on mine, fully bedded with Agulia Hyper velocity rounds.
Fun little cheap to shoot rifle and darn accurate.
I had a guy bring me a stainless bull barrel for one, and have me machine a pair of flats on the bottom side of it. Then drill & tap for #8-40 screws. This pair of flats seated on a vee block affair that had a wide flat machined in the bottom. The reast of the stock (rear) was fully floated with about .03" clearence. The stock was a high modified after market stock.