Well I ordered a stock from a major stock manufacturer and after getting the stock several weeks after what I was originally told, along with several run around stories as to why it was not ready my rifle does not fit. The rifle has a wyatts box magazine my invoice says inlet for wyatts box magazine but it was inletted for a standard magazine. The bottom metal does not fit it rubs on both sides of the trigger for 1 1/2 Inches. And the safety rubs on the inside where it was not opened up enough for the trigger. I put the rifle together without the box mag to see where it was rubbing and chipped paint off the stock where the bottom metal rubs. So my question is: Should I send it back and have it corrected because for this price the rifle should fit? Should I just dremel out the spots and let a company continue to make these types of mistakes? Am I asking too much for the rifle to fit perfectly in an aftermarket stock of this price range? This is the fourth stock I've purchased all from different company's one was over what I paid for this one and the other 2 were under 350.00 dollars. The 2 cheaper ones had zero issues it was drop in the barreled action and go. The other high dollar stock was a special order (I'm a lefty) and all they did was get a right handed stock and cut the slot for the bolt and did not inlet for a left handed trigger. I bit the bullet and dremeled that one out so my action would fit. What would you do?