Action torque specs for two guns
I am having a hard time finding info on torque specs for my browning x-bolt hunter in 300wsm and my 2013 remington mountain SS in 3006. The xbolt manual doesnt state anything....when i called browning about it, they had said 55 in/lbs but that seemed a bit high. I believe the x-bolts are bedded. I dont think they are pillar but I honestly dont know.
The remington manual gives a generic torque for ALL their 700 models, I believe it was 35in/lbs but I cant remember but this cant be right either since there are so many different 700 stocks, from hard/soft woods to cheap synthetic and expensive synthetic stocks like the one that came on my mountain rifle (bell/carlson) with aluminum bedding? also unsure if it is pillar? I know they are MY rifles and I should know them better than this but I recently just got into longer range shooting and never paid attention to torque specs and such before so this is all new to me. From what I read each rifle may be different so I guess what I am looking for is a starting point AND a MAX torque point for both. Id rather lose a bit of accuracy than torque to hard and hurt my rifle some how.