Most black powders rifles have a single screw to secure the stock to the barreled action. My knight disc elite has an obvious up ad down movement front and rear. Has anyone considered an additional bedding screw at the rear of the action? I know some have done this with the 10/22. Any suggestions are appreciated.
I use a torque driver and tighten to 35 inch pounds. Blue Loctite on the screw.
The gun is a .50 shooting 260 Speer pistol bullets in a sabot in front of 80 grains of Swiss 3F.
I have taken two elk with it the early season in New Mexico.
One more suggestion: I coat the bottom of the receiver and barrel with Barricade or Boeshield so I don't worry about rain during the hunting season.
My gun is stainless but it will still rust given time.
Boeshield is my favorite.
This is done after I check the bedding and before putting the gun back in the stock.