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Old 03-29-2011, 08:59 AM
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Now on to the next issue. Set action in stock and install/lock the trigger assembly. Looking from the side of the rifle there should be a very small amount of clearance approx 1 1/4 inch from the back of the receiver to the back of the receiver legs. Hold it up to the light will make it easier to see. I'm only talking about the thickness of a piece of paper
If your stock doesnt have this wrap a piece of sandpaper around a block of wood and sand to proper clearance


Dont forget to do the tilt test
You can see here where the OP Rod was rubbing , I removed a small amount of wood along the whole length

The Op Rod was rubbing pretty good all long the inside, so I removed wood there also

The rear handguard was to long on the nose and extended to far through the band and actually kept the front handguard front sitting where it should. Remove wood as needed


Just a few things that you should check and you can do to improve the fit of these stocks
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