A discreetly glassbedded rifle stock.
A Winchester Model 70, glassbedded only around the front receiver recoil lug.
Glassbedding - Swabbing wet epoxy over the inletted portion of a stock, covering the metalwork with a release agent and pressing the barreled action into the wood. A process undertaken to secure a more perfect wood-to-metal fit, to increase accuracy, durability, and resistance to changes in weather.
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