Black tacticool stock (more on that) EGW 20moa base Box and 3 mags (one 10rd) $500 bones OTD I bought this unit expecting a build for my local rimfire benchrest matches. Probably in the “stock” class which dictates I use the original stock. Well upon getting the rifle home I noticed immediately that the action could move front to rear a mm or so and that the stock offered no resistance to tightening the action screws even finger tight before it started to spread. For a rifle that’s generally held in such accuracy acclaim the bedding system used is for lack of a better word crap, or at least with this particular model and stock combination. I never noticed an issue with my old 452’s. But I’m not perturbed I planned on pillar bedding this rifle anyway, it’s just that there’s no point in shooting it beforehand. Before this build thread starts I have a question for those of you who have bedded rimfires for top accuracy. In your experience how far up the barrel is bedding warranted? This particular design requires at least partial.