I bought a used Weatherby Vanguard Back Country in 270 win. I'm setting this up as a mountain rifle, so I've mounted a 2.5-8 VX-III on it, but I anticipate 400+ yard shot opportunities every once in a while so I want to tune this thing up right. The trigger is complete garbage (or I'm at a complete loss as to how to adjust it to get rid of creep) so I'm replacing it with a Timney. My question is about the stock. See pictures below. What exactly is this thing made of? Fiberglass? Graphite or kevlar reinforced? I'm new to synthetic stocks so I don't even know what I'm looking at. It looks like Weatherby puts a pressure point on these rifles because of the skinny barrel contour. Is this stock glass beddable? Would I gain anything by glass bedding if the barrel is going to be in contact with the stock at the fore-end anyway? Has anyone done this with this particular rifle or stock? I like the style of the stock and the light weight. I'm just prone to tinkering with things and I've gathered that glass bedding is typically a surefire way to tighten groups. By the looks of the factory target this thing is already shooting sub-MOA. Any advice or input would be appreciated.