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Are you asking for bedding screw torques or what?
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Optimal bedding screw torques vary according to stock construction. Exact bedding screw torque can not be measured accurately unless you have socket head bedding screws and a inch/pound torque wrench.


Remington rifles with H&S Prescision stocks are torqued to 65 inch/lbs.

For other rifles;

STOCKS (action screws)-
Wood, Laminated, & Aftermarket Synthetic = 45 - 65 in/lbs.
Factory Synthetic = 25 - 26 in/lbs.

SCOPE MOUNTS
Leupold
Bases= 13-15 in/lbs.
Mk IV rings (sides)= 65 in/lbs.

Burris
bases= 12-22 in/lbs.
rings= 24 in/lbs.

Badger Ordnance
bases= 15 in/lbs.
rings (caps)= 12 in/lbs
(sides)= 65 in/lbs

Millet
bases= 10-15 in/lbs.
rings= 10/15 in/lbs.

Ken Farrell
bases (front)= 20-25 in/lbs.
(rear) = 25-30 in/lbs.
rings (sides)= 55-65 in/lbs.
(caps) = 15-20 in/lbs.
 
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