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Thanks. I did not remove the lug. One additional change I did make was to install a sleeve around the rear action bolt which maintains the same tension at this point as the lug when both are full tight. Not my idea...armabill made several sleeves when he did his. Works real well because now all I have to do when putting the gun back together is fully tighten the two bolts and know there is equal tension at these two points whithout checking torque.

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It is loose. When the rear bolt is removed and the tang is lifted or removed it can fall free from assembly. It bottoms out under bolt tension between trigger guard assembly and rear action. Because its length is a constant the amount of tension stock to
barrel is no longer guesswork.
 
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