Yes, I have one B&C stocked rifle at home but it is not one of their most recent model stocks. B7C make some nice shaped stocks, good for recoil absorption to the shooter. I have seen a few glass stocks come to pieces over the years, mainly from not enough meat in the mag well area/ compression cracks from king screw tension. I also saw pics of a McMillan, recent model, cracked in this area. I think the problem is that the stock makers are focused on light weight above all other factors- a situation brought on by market demand. In any case, I would email or phone the maker, whether B&C or McMillan and ask whether some stocks are thicker than others/ more able to cope with magnum cartridge recoil torque etc, what they recomend.
I don't even bother checking to see if a Remington will shoot without bedding or how well it shoots. I can't be bothered with the wandering zero from week to week. I get the rifle straight out of the box and hog into it. Saves a lot of time and ammo.
I am very much a fan of Remington rifles, the barrels are usually very good although some idiot of late has been garnet blasting the muzzles requiring a lot of re-crowning jobs here in New Zealand. My latest rifle is a little tactical .308 (with Hogue stock). Again, the stock was too soft and needed re-inforcing throughout. That little rifle puts all its bullets through one hole, about 9mm diameter. Pretty good for a mass produced item.