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Hi folks, I’ve got a yugo K98 with a recoil lug that’s set back about a millimeter. I took the stock off and I can move it front to back by hand. Just wondering if there’s a known solution to fix this.
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This is what I did with mine that was worse. Remove recoil lug and fill in the area behind it with Brownells acraglass bedding compound. Fill in the half circular areas and use a Dremel tool to smooth it out to flush with the wood. Let it cure for a few days. My k98k was in worse shape and now I can shoot it without a problem.
 

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This is what I did with mine that was worse. Remove recoil lug and fill in the area behind it with Brownells acraglass bedding compound. Fill in the half circular areas and use a Dremel tool to smooth it out to flush with the wood. Let it cure for a few days. My k98k was in worse shape and now I can shoot it without a problem.
make sure you also build up the “round” areas where the cross bolt sticks out from the stock. This is where the recoil should be distributing itself through the stock and not through the middle section. The goalof the cross bolt is to take some of the recoil load from the middle of the stock and move it to the sides. If you fail to build up these areas, the problem will come back.
 
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