I tell you what , I'd like to meat the clown that though putting the front action screw at 60 deg in the Ruger 77 rifles so I could punch him in the mouth !!! I just got finished bedding the action of a custom Ruger 300 WSM with a 30" #8 Shilen barrel into a Boyds stock , first off the action inlet was about a size to big for the gun and the barrel channel was about 6 sizes smaller than the owner orderd. The owner refused to let me piller bed the the gun then glass bed it so I had to shim the damn thing up so it would ride in the stock correctly but thats ok cause I dodne't have to remove nearly as much material for the bedding. test fit the stock a few time to make sure everything is go to go before mixing the bedding compound and the freekin action screw holes are WAY out , so I get the wood worked around so I can get the screw into the action. Alright all ready to go get the action fidded into the bedding and start trying to play hide and seek with the action screws , get about half the bedding material run out of the now HUGE screw holes and get everything half snuged down. 8 hrs later remove the action screws and start trying to remove the action and after an hr of cusing anf fussing I get the thing out to find a bunch of voids in the bedding &$#@(*&$#$&*(^$@$&*^$. I decided to mic the action and find that the damn thingis wider at the bottom than at the top !!! Anyway now that I've got all that out of my system the owner calls me and tells me how he needs the gun complete by this comming weekend which is no big deal except that he can't payme till the first of December !!! I told thats fine but the end cost is gonna be higher than first quoted due to the crappy desgine of the P.O.S. actions he insist on using and mentioned that if he brough me another Ruger to work on I was gonna punch him in the mouth So how many of you guys are loyal Ruger fans spend you hard earned dollars building custom guns??? Sorry for the crybaby rant but the wife and the three yr old just were not being to sympathatic.