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You have a bedding problem, even if one load shoots OK today there is no guarantee it will tommorow until the barreled action is in the same place each shot.
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That's what i was thinking. I choose not to bed this rifle as i was hoping the aluminum blocks in the stock would be enough. While taking the barreled action out of the stock i can feel it move as i loosen the bottom screw. I will shoot some more of the 66gr bullets to see how they do, and i will make the decision from there if i will have the stock beaded or not. Like i said i was hoping to get away with not doing so and saving the cash. The rifle is still shooting just a touch over .5" agg and is plenty accurate to kill coyotes. Will see. I hate having half ass rifles though. I usually feel like if i spent this much whats another 150 bucks. But then again i have two kids that always need something. Decisions decisions!!!! Thanks fellas. Lee