I have a Winchester model 70 Coyote Light in .243 I'm using for target shooting at a distance of 100yds to 600yds and I'm want to get a better stock for the gun. The factory stock is no junk piece by any means but not my choice. It has a Bell & Carlson stock now. I'm stuck between a Boyd's AT-One laminated wood stock or an all aluminum chassis. I have a Mossberg MVP-LC in .223/5.56 in the chassis and love it that's why I'm considering going that route. I guess my big question is can I get the accuracy needed from a laminated wood stock as compared to the aluminum chassis?