Set about repairing the front action mount screw hole this arvo.
I decided to reinforce the area by gluing in a washer under the pillar, giving more surface area to pull on when the screw is tightened.
Here is how I did this.
Okay first you need to remove the mag lock, it comes out with a gentle tap.
Then find a washer a touch bigger than the area is now, and get the dremel and grind a slot to allow the washer to slide in.
Now I had to remake a pillar as the one I cut down out of the original axis stock was to short. So this new pillar will be 2 piece. The original rear Axis pillar and the original boyds front pillar. Assembled it all to make sure everything fits. I did have to trim the pillar down to size.
Then I set the glue up, I added black food die to the glue. I set up the pillar in the stock then filled around the washer filling the broken out timber and securing the washer in the track I cut. Now I need to cut the pillar to length, I used white paint pen to mark the height then the dremel to cut it to size.