Skybuster has the right "feel" and how to describe same in words. Question answered. But as you snug the stock be aware that all the mating surfaces will abut at the same time. The top and bottom tangs should have a hair of space between the metal and the wood. A few thousandths, a touch more. Reapeated shots will indent the stock bolt tang on the inside and if the outter tangs are taking the pressure of the hits, cracks and splits will occur. the professionals use "accrabed" from Brownells to place a layer at the back of the bolt tang, then they tighten it up properly and let the accrabed cure. Now the bolt tang has a greater surface and harder surface to take the hits. Less likely splits and chips will occur. Doug Braker is a master at these simple but important steps to long lasting stock life.