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Dave Wylde with his Valkyrie 0001


calibres – un-braked or moderated - with significantly more recoil, highlights how much effect inconsistent shooting technique from a poorly-fitting stock can alter group size and point of impact. You only have to watch the free-recoil benchrest shooters preparing and using their equipment for accurate `bag riding` consistency to realise that at the pinnacle of achievable accuracy - 100 yard benchrest - with the tiny amount of recoil offered by a 6PPC - gun handling is win or lose and a well set-up rifle is far easier to control.


The Accuracy International Chassis System (AICS) stock that Dave has chosen for Valkyrie 0001 is desirable to many simply due to its ‘military’ look, especially on a `tactical` gun. However, it does offer


excellent


user-fit with an adjustable cheek-piece and length of pull spacers. The full-length aluminium chassis and choice of polymer side-plates offer a robust, hassle-free bedding for most barrelled actions - until you get bored of the colour of course!


If you decide to use this kind of stock with any Remington derived action, the chassis incorporates a V-shaped bedding-block for a simple drop-in fit although many gunsmiths still prefer to epoxy bed them - some with just


28 Target Shooter


a skim-bed but those with a desire for perfection will usually mill out the V block to add a thicker


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