You know a torque wrench. The thing you use to see if the bolts, screws, or nuts are tightened down to the correct amount of pressure. I just wanted to know if anybody used one or knew of any values used by anybody else. Maybe even what type of wrench(analog, digital), make, model? I did a search and I found some interesting things on stock pressure and other pressure points these guns can have on them, especially people who use a supported(the little hump in the end of a fajen stock) barrel instead of free floating or complete bedding. Just a thought.
I START AT 20 INCH POUNDS AND GO UP 2 INCH POUNDS FIRING GROUPS OF 5 SHOTS AT EACH TILL I GET TO 30 INCH POUNDS. SOME BRANDS OF AMMO SHOOT BEST AT 20 AND SOME AT 24 OR 26. IN MY RIFLE 20 FOR LAPUA ULTRA L AND 26 FOR ELEY TENEX.
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