New guy to the forum, looking for some help! Ok, so the sum of the story, (I'll post the story below) I got a new stock in from redhawk rifles, and it doesn't fit properly. The barrel makes contact with the right side of the barrel channel, almost as if the stock is twisted. I looks plenty straight, but when you seat the action it kind of sets it to the right. Can someone with some know how please tell me how I can fix this?! The long story, if you're interested. I bought a Savage model 12, heavy barrel, custom muzzle break chambered in 270 WSM. (Don't hate on the catridge, it is of no relevance to this topic) I had a B&C tactical style stock on it, forget the exact model, bedded the recoil lug, it shoots like a dream. Put 5 rounds in a 1.2 inch group at 200 yards, which is plenty good for me. But.. I didn't like the black and stainless. So. I took the rifle, scope, etc. to a guy who's been cerakoting for years to have it redone. He redid a Sig 229 for me before and did an awesome job on it. I go back 4-5 weeks later (he told me it would be done in 2-3 weeks, so I was already upset) and he has done the barrel and action done in the wrong color. Looks at the invoice and apologizes several time, saying he didn't know why it was done in the wrong color when the invoice clearly stated otherwise. Either way, he does a good job on the finish, but after baking it, the stock cracked in many places and was flaking off (bad prep, I'd guess) so now it's the wrong color and a horrible job, but I needed it back for the upcoming hunt. So I took it, got home and tried loading a round to make sure she cycles ok. This fool put the bolt head on backwards, so it's trying to eject the other way. Obviously this doesn't work.. I call him about it, he says I can bring it by and he'll fix it. I tell him it's not hard, I'll do it, but that's not the point. You guys put it together wrong, after all the other issues already. Wth? He apologizes, yada yada yada. So I got me a nice 4x4 muley out on the mountain, and came back to get it refinished the right way this time. He owes me a nicely finished rifle after the $420 I already shelled out to him, so this time the labor and cerakote is on him. I ordered another stock, exact same, aluminum bedding block B&C from redhawk rifles. Stock comes in, I bolt it to the action, and the barrel is way off center. Rides down the right side, but with a little force I can hold the barrel centered and floating like it should be. The guy redoing the finish says "it's fine, they usually need a little fitment, and we will get it fitting like it's supposed to." Here I thought they were straight drop in stocks, but I took his word for it. And after another 5 weeks (again, he told me 2-3 weeks) he tells me B&C changed their stock material and they can no longer heat cure cerakote them. Good, maybe this one wont crack, he is using air cure. I tell him that's fine, BUT, he sandblasted it and put tiny little holes in several places.. Guess he doesn't really know what he is doing.. And little did I know, the matte air cure has a more satin finish than the matte oven cure. I get it back and now the scope and scope rings, action and barrel are matte, while the stock is a little glossy. By this time I'm heated, as I've got over $600 in trying to get this refinished by this guy. I figure, ok, I can get some clear coat and at least make the scope match (haven't yet) But I really don't feel like taking it back to him. So I start to put the rifle back together. Low and behold, he forgot to fit the stock.. So here I am, decent but mismatched finish and a stock that still does not fit. The only thing I want to take to this guy is a swift buttstroke to the jaw with the old shotgun with the metal buttplate, and demand a refund. However, I wont, but I do need help on how to get this stock fitted properly.