I've recently observed that if I push and pull on the end of the barrel of a heavy-barreled, long-range Savage 112 BVSS, I can see the free-floating barrel move relative to the stock. The action is torqued to 50 inch-pound in its pillar-bedded laminated stock. I thought everything would be rigid and not move. I was surprised thought maybe there was something wrong with the rifle. Then, I did the same thing to a Remington 700 Sendero. On the Remington, the action is torqued to 45 inch-pounds in an HS Precision synthetic stock with a full-length aluminum bedding block. How could there be movement. Is this normal?