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Thread: Bedding of springers

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    Default Bedding of springers

    I have noticed most lower end springers stocks are poorly fitted. So I started glass bedding the stocks (i.e. using bedding epoxy to fill up the space between stock and action) of every air-rifle of mine and my buddies'. Usually with poorly fitted centerfire rifles, the accuracy always improve once you bed it (I have done 7 or 8 centerfire rifles and everythime, accuracy improved). Not in the case of the air rfiles, I did 8 in total, only two showed signs of improved accuracy and 1 was worse off. I don't understand! Has anyone bedded his air rifle, please let me please what you get. Maybe it has to do with the varibation?






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    $hit! thisthread was supposed to be under the springer section! Wasn't thinking!

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    no point really in bedding a cheap springer...inaccuracy is normally caused by poor barrel lock-up, inconsistent velocity and poor triggers.

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