“Accuracy builds credibility”
Rifle bedding is fundamental to rifle accuracy. Bedding the rifle ensures the utmost stability. The term
bedding refers to the fit and stability of a barreled action within the rifle stock.
Pillar bedding is a support structure between the action and the bottom metal, that assist in eliminating any variation due to stock compression.
BARREL AND BOLT FLUTING
Fluting sets you apart visually from other barrels or bolt appearances. One of the most distinctive options available to anyone contemplating the purchase of a rifle is a fluted barrel. Fluting is mostly a decorative appearance but can lighten the barrel weight slightly.
SILENCER AND MUZZLE BRAKE FITMENTS
Threading for a silencer includes an end cap to protect the barrel threads.
Standard thread sizes: M12X1, M13X1, M14X1, M16X1, M18X1, ½”x20TPI, ⅝ x24TPI, ½x28TPI
RIFLE BARREL CHAMBERING
A close relative to the cartridge case, the chamber is an important feature of your rifle, as it has a significant impact on both safety and accuracy.
WOOD/LAMINATE STOCK INLETTING
The biggest and most important part of building a rifle is inletting the barrel and ramrod groove and drilling the ramrod hole. Once those things are done, everything else on the rifle follows from them.