So I just HAD to get that last 1/2 ounce of trigger adjustment on my Remington 700. It's an ADL, and if you don't have the internal magazine 100% flush when you tighten it to the action, guess what happens when you tighten the action screw with a walnut stock? SPLIT! 3' wood crack between the trigger assembly and the action screw. I wanted to cry, I was so disgusted with myself. I have taken this rifle and re assembled 100 times without a problem..... it's a 30-06, so no interest in gluing or anything else that won't handle the recoil. I found a used synthetic stock. Immediately floated the barrel must admit it 'molds to' the action much better than the walnut. I miss the classic look, but hey this is an all-weather hunting rifle. So I guess I have one of those black ops sniper rifles now lol. I'll miss that old wood stock, interested in seeing if she shoots different now. Anybody else do something stupid to screw up a gun when you should have known better?