Ok , say I'm lazy, but I have been using the search function for days now, and am still no closer to a solution than I was when I started, that being a simple fix I can perform for primary extractor woes on a Savage 110. I've seen guys say they drilled and tapped the rear baffle, installing and fitting brass screws. Tried that, but the High Speed Steel drill I got doesn't even shine the baffle. Pretty sure if I got a hole in it, the HSS tap would break off. Tried every kind of epoxy I can buy, including Devcon 10110 with a shim. Worked for awhile, but I'm finally aggravated enough by them falling off to consider a more permanent solution. Bought a new baffle and handle; it's thinner than the old one. How about soldering a shim in place with 95/5 solder ? Fairly low heat, compared to silver solder. Or maybe, I could send my dissasembled bolt to some one here willing to do this service for me ? Advice appreciated.