A while back I had made a post about a Ruger km77 .300 win that I was having accuracy issues with. I can't remember who said it but someone pointed out that if all else failed I should try and put a match book between the forend and barrel to see if I needed to bed the tip. At the time I discounted the idea as it doesn't fit the mainstream idea of "free floating the barrel." Anyways, I was down to my last wire with this gun and tried and it works incredible. Groups went from about 2" to 3/4". So now i am trying to get some info on how to bed the forend correctly. I haven't found a lot of info about it on the net or this site. I have read about people just taping the barrel and one guy who bedded in a scope ring for the barrel to sit on. Does anyone have any suggestions? Lastly, does anyone know why this worked when bedding, free floating etc did not?