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Steve
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I have a knight disc inline muzzle loader that is a 99 year model.
It has a synthetic black stock, the barrel and action is all one piece, it only has one screw to hold the barrel/action to the stock.
accuracy is not to good so I was wondering if bedding the action to the stock would be worth trying.
the recoil lug is also the block welded to the barrel/action that is threaded. that is where the action screw screws into to hold the stock to the barrel/action.
I can e-mail photos
thanks
steve
Steve
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I have devcon to do the bedding but was wondering if it would stick to the synthetic stock?
Any help would be appreciated.
I can send photos through e-mail.
my e-mail s.reese65@yahoo.com

thanks
Preacher
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If you decide to do it be sure to scrape away all the area under the bedding so the release agent they use to help break it out of the mold will be long gone...
Steve
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Thanks Preacher, my other concern is that the single mounting screw is countersunk in the stock about 3/8 of and inch leaving about 1/4 in material between the screw head and the weleded on boss that also acts as the recoil lug. If I drill this out completely to install a pillar would it stay in place without material below the pillar?
Preacher
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Devcon will hold the pillar in place if it has grooves cut around it like most do...
JJH
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I missed this post before, but here's my .02. You may want to created a mechanical lock in the stock in case the bedding does not want to hold to the synthetic. This could be accomplished many ways, but i would probably use a dremel and make some cuts inside the stock that would prevent the bedding from movin upward.
Steve
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Thanks guys.
Steve
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Here's pictures of what I am talking about, I hope this link works.
http://s675.photobucket.com/albums/vv112/sreese65/
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