Awhile back I had a nice 6.5x47 Lapua built, and I havenít been too impressed with it so far. Itís been a solid MOA shooter, but thatís about it. The rifle was assembled by a reputable gunsmith and I donít expect that the accuracy issue lies with the quality of the components. However, I ended up bedding the stock myself, and thatís got me wondering if I should put in any effort to either tweak or re-do it. As far as the bedding goes, the rear tang and sides of the action are nicely bedded. However, the front of the recoil lug, where the material just sort of oozed forward, is uneven. Part of the bedding might have gone 1Ē ahead of the lug and another part is only ľĒ ahead. Iím curious if either removing this section all together and free floating the barrel, or removing this section and setting up a way to bed it consistently 1Ē forward of the recoil lug would be worthwhile or not? Any thoughts out there?