OK. So I just got my new 25-06AI Howa, Rock barreled action from Kevin at Montour County rifles. He straighted up the action, fitted and chambered the barrel, put on a tactical bolt knob and Duracoated it. Received my stock from Stocky's Stocks. Now I'm no gunsmith but I have bedded several rifles and installed pillars; including Weatherby Mark V, Remington model 7 and 700 and a couple of Howa's. I'm out of bedding supplies and decided to try the kit from SCORE-HI Gunsmithing. The kit looks good and even though it deviated from my past procedure I followed the instructions to the letter. Had the laptop set up watching the DVD provided while I did it. Now my new barreled action is stuck in my new stock and won't budge. Right now it's in the freezer. If that don't work I guess I'll be destroying my stock to get it out. I've always used Kiwi neutral polish as a release agent and without fail they all popped right out. The instructions with this kit was to apply the release agent then buff to a high shine. I knew I was in trouble when my bottom metal had to wrestled off and pieces of bedding material was adhered to it around the back action screw. The guy at SCORE-HI say's I likely shined it too much. That's was not very comforting considering that's exactly what it said to do with his super duper industrial grade release agent. If this wasn't a family friendly site I could demostrate "Typing with Torette's Syndrome" very easily. Now I'm likely gonna be out a stock, out a bedding kit and probably have to get the action re-duracoated after I scrape off all the bedding and wood that's gonna be stuck to the expensive part. Not likely this gun will see any action this year barring a miracle.