East houston bedding experts?

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  • shooterfpga

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    Anyone in east houston. Specifically near crosby that knows how to properly bed? Specifically savage and ruger? A buddy and i would like to bed our rifles but this is something new to me and the tutorials ive found arent too specific im a very visual person. At the very least a very detailed bedding video for both? Thanks.
     

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    I tried contacting by email but it no longer works. I will try again by phone. Was gonna use him as a last resort. Seems like everyone and their mom can bed it easily from online forums ive read but i still dont wanna mess it up. I was hoping to keep it down so basically cost of materials, case of beer and maybe some cash. Or if someone does it for us instead and i can get my buddy to agree on it let em tag out a deer out here.
     

    shooterfpga

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    Maybe we can get together and do it. Try snipershide

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    Doesn't Brownell's have some on-line videos of how to bed a stock?

    Ive looked at many of the tutorials and randomly pieced pictures of bedding jobs. None of them are the exact style i have so that worries me. However, i have been slowly putting together a bedding kit so im pretty sure within a few days im going to tackle it.

    Also, i havent been able to view video tutorials due to bandwidth restraints. Which was another setback but good news is within a few days my bandwidth goes back to normal.

    Also, i just finished doing my very first trigger job for my buddy. It was a ruger m77. While his rifle is extremely accurate, his trigger left a lot to be desired. Its about 10yrs old and originally had a very heavy trigger pull with a brick wall. It now has a nice light pull and smooth take up.
     

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