I have a great little Remington M-700 LTR in .308 with the fluted barrel option toped with USMC Clip Slot (1913) optics rail with Badger Spec M-40A3 rings (rings not shown in picture) with a Leupold MK-4 Vari-X III 3.5-10X40mm Long Range M-1 scope with Butler Creek flip ups, and a Timmney 1.5 pound trigger. Original LTR stock (factory glass bedded). I was cleaning it after a day at the range... and a little bit of solvent driped from the muzzle down the outside of the barrel inbetween the barrel and the stock... so after done cleaning the barrel... chamber... bolt... ect, i took the barrel / reciever group out of the stock to clean the solvent off. After i was done cleaning the solvent off i realized i had forgotten to messure in torque the poundage of the lugs factory set (i was getting .45 MOA 5 shot groups with M-118LR ammo before, now since i messed with the lugs / lug position in the stock im getting .75 MOA 5 shot groups with the same lot number ammo). Now... to get to the point; does any one know how to properly re-seat the action into the stock and what the proper poundage of torque i should put on each lug?