I have one of the cheap Remington plastic stocks on my 22-250. It shoots pretty good now, but the POI shifts with changes in temperature. The barrel is a sporter barrel, not a varmint or bull barrel. The barrel is also not free floated. There are several pressure ridges in the forearm of the stock. A gunsmith said the stock is not rigid enough to grind away the ridges to free float the barrel. I'm considering replacing the stock to get rid of the changes in POI due to temperature changes. I want a composite stock, not wood or laminate. I had a B & C Medalist on my 300 and didn't care for it. I replaced it with a McMillan. I really don't want to spend the money for either a McMillan or Manners for the 22-250 if I don't have to. I've looked at H-S Precision. Could free floating the barrel adversely effect the accuracy? Which stock would you suggest for an affordable stock that is not effected by temperature? Should it be skim-coat bedded?