I got this Chassis for Christmas and finally was able to break it in. I added a 20moa rail and APA Little Bastard muzzle break to this Tikka 260 Rem. Felt recoil was probably about like a 243, very easy to stay on target and spot impacts. The vertical grip and palm swell felt really nice and was easy to get use to. The adjustable cheek riser was easy to adjust and very comfortable and although length of pull felt good I still may add another spacer in. Trigger pull with a Yo Dave trigger spring is a little over 1.5 lbs with no creep although it doesn't break as clean as the trigger in my M70. The Bravo Chassis is an affordable option for Tikka's, Remington's, and Howa's. You can also get one for the Tikka T1X 22 long rifle which by the way is a very accurate rifle. As far as 100 yard accuracy, it shot better than when it was in the OEM stock. In the OEM stock the best I could do with these reloads was about 1" groups. I could never get a really comfortable cheek weld due to scope height in the old stock. With a better fitting stock I shaved about 1/2" off the group. These reloads have not had any load work-up on them. They were 3 time fired (out of my sons Savage) Lapua brass with Hornady 140gr ELD-M bullets and a muzzle velocity of 2683fps. Now the spring fun starts with load development using Peterson brass. If I can get an accurate round 2750-2800fps with a 140gr bullet out of a 20" Tikka barrel I'll be a happy camper This is now my training rifle. Bullets are $10 a hundred cheaper, I'm using 20 grains per round less powder, and brass is $0.80 compared to $2.12 per round (7wsm).