Why would I bother? It was a consignment rack rifle that's no longer in production. I didn't mess with anything besides trying to adjust the trigger. I had taken it apart as soon as I got it and noticed a bed job that I wouldn't expect from what they call a semi-custom rifle. I threw it back together torquing the bolts, and went and shot it. That's when I decided the trigger needed to be adjusted before I could actually tell what sort of accuracy it had. Trigger wouldn't adjust the way I thought it should. So I asked Timney which trigger to get so I could get to where I wanted(since they don't have a Nosler trigger listed but this obviously says 'Timney' on it), that's when they said it should be able to do what I want, so they sent an RMA form. In my mind I have no reason to call Nosler, or any grounds to do so either, really no reason either. If it is a half-a$$ed factory bed job that could be cleaned up I'd save more time, money, and effort doing it myself than sending it in.Did you call Nosler about the bedding job and trigger prior to messing with the rifle?