Re: Savage bedding question
I cut the tab off and then remove the box after that with a needle nose plier. I've bedded right over the top of it then carefully cut out the material over it but that leaves the bedding so thin on the RH side that it chips very easy, after a couple times of that I cut of the tang on the bracket and all is well. If the lower part of the tang doesn't fell like it will hold the box you just bend the spur out till you have to push the box in place. Make sure that the tang is free floated what ever you do on a Savage.
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