I've got to ask. I did a search first! I'm a 'accuracy plinker'. I like to informally see how accurate I can get a rifle to shoot. I love bolt guns and Marlin lever actions, and side lock muzzle loaders. I've had decent luck with accurate shooting (plinking really) with all three types.
I've heard of folks with 'match grade' M-14's having them glass bedded, just like a bolt action rifle.
What appeals to me about an SKS is that while they shoot and reload fast, they seem more accurate than the AK's I've personally shot. (If you have a super accurate AK, forgive me, it's just the ones that I've seen shoot so-so at best; if you have a really accurate one please enlighten me!).
I know most guys often treat there SKS's like the red headed step child in their gun cabinet: it's fun to shoot, but lets not take this gun too seriously. I mean, there's an AR, a AK, and Tactical bolt gun, and this here is just a lil ol' SKS.... that seems to be the way a lot of folks see these guns.
I wonder if anybody has tried glass bedding an SKS for accuracy, especially if they are handloading for accuracy? Where would you bed? Where would you need to leave some 'slack'? A boy wouldn't want to make his action permanently fixed to the stock!
Any suggestions, or am I just taking things too far?