Re: Pillar bed or glass bed?
I like Brownells Steelbed and pillars together. The Steelbed cures slow, but it doesn't run and drip all over the place. The pillars prevent slow crushing on wood stocks with action screws torqued to 75-85 in/lbs. This torque range seems to help hold hard kicking rifles better than 65 in/lbs. Be sure that the action screws don't touch anywhere on the bore of the pillars. If they bear any part of the recoil, the rifle will not settle down. Also, fit your own action screws to get full thread engagement in the receiver. Make the ends fit flush with the inside of the receiver and don't grind any thread lead on them. Use socket heads because they are easy to torque.
Just one opinion on a popular subject. Tom
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