The other alternative regarding the potential stock problems you have described is to consider the "Hunter" version with the fully adjustable stock. Had one myself for a year and it shoots very well. Let someone with talent shoot it and it would be a competition winner. They are very well made and the back up from Harry Preston in York is very good should you need it.
I am actually getting rid of mine as I intend to go back to shooting my favourite PCP, a Rapid. Not a target rifle, but better fun to shoot in my opinion.