This is a Remington 700 SPS Varmint rifle in 308 skim bedded in a Choate Sniper stock. Over the years shooting this gun I get some really good 1/4" groups periodically but I've never been able to get rid of flyers that open my groups up to around MOA from time to time. I have checked to make sure the action screws are tight and the scope mounting. I don't have a torque driver to check for the correct tightness but I just ordered one. I did this skim bedding job a few years ago. I followed direction I found on the internet but I never bedded it infront of the recoil lug? Could this contribute to the inconsistancy? Should I go ahead and bed it in the space infront of the lug?