I am getting a barreled action made by a GA Precision. It will be chambered for a 6.5x47 Lapua. It will have their Templar short action and a tuned Remington trigger and a sendero contour Bartlein barrel. I am having them build the barreled action only for a couple reasons. I would like to eventually get into building rifles someday, but do not have the time or equipment now. I feel I can bed the action myself, I've done it with a few rifles with great success now. It will also cut down on some of the costs if I do some of the work myself. The stock I will be placing it into will be a Manners MCS-T stock with their embedded chassis and DBM system. It is essentially a drop in stock, but am told it may require minor fitting. Here are my questions. I plan to bed the recoil lug; what is the best way to do this with out having the bedding compound flow back between the action and chassis? GAP normally beds just this portion on this style of setup. The chassis system has a spot for the recoil lug but doesn't have much room forward. I'm thinking if there isn't the perfect amount of bedding compound, it could easily flow back. What minor fitting issues with the stock should I expect with this setup? An lastly the Lapua round has essentially the same body diameter as a 308 win, but it is somewhat shorter and has a steeper shoulder angle. I am told I shouldn't have any feeding issues with this system( AI single stack magazine), but if there were issues, what would they be and how could I remedy them? Any info on this will be great. I know if I absolutely have to, I can take it to GA Precision and have them fit it, but I would like to do it myself. If someone sees other possible issues I would like to know as well. Thanks.