Bought a .260 Remington Savage LRH Mid January, received it 2-1-15 and the front action screw wouldn't screw back in after adjusting the trigger. Took back apart to see why and it was crooooooked! Called and sent back in to Savage and received it back a few days ago, Savage had it for approx. 3 weeks and they said that is a fast turn around for their gunsmiths. Got around tonight to get it all set up and together, before I started I pulled it apart to look at it and the front action screw is still crooooked. Seems all they did was rethread the cross threaded threads all the way down so instead of rethreading properly its now threaded crooked all the way down. I'd stressed the crooked part to them as well as put in the notes on the RMA I sent in. I have trouble getting the front action screw to line up and have to leave the rear very loose so I'm sure there's binding as it is now. 100% of the reason I chose this gun and caliber was for an extremely accurate production gun that I'm planning on doing everything correct and achieve benchrest 1/8" or better accuracy as my goal , which I've achieved 1/8" with my Savage 116 .243. I've yet to even take a shot with this, much less mounted a base/rings, or scope. My worry is that the horizontal torque or side pull will affect my accuracy and may cause unpredictability and fliers. I plan on restocking with a custom stock and eventually rebarrel, but all along I will still have this crooked action. Is this acceptable? Should I just not worry about it and shoot it anyways or talk to them and just insist on a new gun that isn't crooked? If I keep it I'll always have that nagging thought that my brand new pricy production rifle has side torqueing issues. What should I do? Here is a link to my first thread when it came in if it matters. http://www.longrangehunting.com/forums/f19/new-savage-just-arrived-but-front-action-screw-crooked-148615/ I'll try and post pics here.