If the groups are stringing, or are more random, then you will want to bed it. Since you have an idea how it shot before, compare it to that, and see what you get. But bedding issues will generally be stringing groups.
Scott, that is a great looking rifle. I have no laminates or I'd post picture. Also, I'm not coming off a fresh pedicure like you so it would be distracting. Again, yours looks great, the rifle that is.
Loc: Johnson County
I've got several Boyd's laminate stocks. I buy them unfinished so I can do all the final fitting & shaping on them. Never needed to bed any of them after I was done with them. Here's 3 of them,I got a couple more.