A redesign of the top of the buttstock might help. KelTec et al stocks could use a little rounding IMHO, and an adjustable cheek piece (if they can find someplace to put the base and adjustments) might be a workable solution as well as a feature.
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Can’t say about feeding as I’ve never fired it. I purchased it because I was just starting hunting and it was one of the first folding stock bolt actions available, or at least that I had seen. Also at this time a factory threaded barrel was quite the novelty, much less the compensator and fluted barrel. The Sako A2 action with factory rings finished checking all the right boxes so I bought it. I then decided it was too nice to bang up in the woods so I never used it. I do take her out every now and then and fondle her and tell her she’s beautiful so she feels loved and doesn’t rust.
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