The amount of work sure isn't worth it on the tupperware stocks.
I appreciate your consideration for your customers.
I feel that a smith's time shouldn't be burdened with exterior stock work.
Except for bedding.
Right now I happen to have time on my hands and consider the time spent on the stocks as an education though the tuition is a bit high.
I have way more time in the bipod. That's whats really time consuming especially when my lathe/mill is a clunker and my skills/experience is ziltch.
However I've found that I can make better time with the band saw and belt sander as with the mill.:(
I'm just an old fart having fun, which is really the bottom line for me.
Here's a pic of the ol' girl showing another of my weird ideas regarding the bipod sitting on soil vs a hard surface.
Also just tested it this afternoon and she's holding ~1/2 MOA at my zero distance of 200 yds which it did with the previous stock