The work itself is easy, you just look were the reciever and stock mates together and drill shallow holes to create a lock for the epoxy. Use clay to fill in the open areas that will glue the metal to the stock. I only did one side of the trigger guard area but the main area was the recoil lugs. You need clay in the notches were the trigger locks into the reciever. The sides of the reciever sides are the other main area but I did not do the top of the stock or the trigger group area. The rubberized material makes a tight fit. I bought a kit with clay and a release agent to cover the metal areas that comes in contact with the epoxy. Use masking tape around the trigger group and any other area on the stock or reciever or barrel that you don't want the epoxy on. It was not that bad to do and simple after I studied pictures of the M1 bedding in the tips and tricks section. Also the kit came with a micro bead powder to thicken and colors black and brown, the black matches good to the color of the Hogue stock. Study the pic good and tape and clay, release agent well.
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