So I paid good money for a less than good job and will need to redo this after the hunting season (in South Africa, so after Sep). I gues I can use a chisel, a Dremel, heat it up a bit with a borrowed hair dryer (don't have much hair myself ) and scrape it out or? Anyone with experience on the most painless way to do this? Thanks! Stock is a McM, not sure about what the bedding compound is, but it is sort of a transparent slighlty yellowish colour... lloks like heat could get it soft.