Hey, hoping I can find some advice here. I put a whistlepig barrel on my 10/22 and decided I wanted to inlet the factory contour stock to fit the bull barrel. I got the barrel installed, found a couple of deep sockets that measure .940" and wrapped them with sandpaper and went to work. I made a few pencil marks so I knew when I had sanded through the original surface. When I went to put the receiver and barrel back in the stock, it is still touching towards the front where the barrel band would be. I have put it in and out probably 30 times now, trying to fine tune, but the spot where it is touching never changes. I backed out the action bolt 1/8 turn and it helped, but didn't fix it. I also tried loosening the v-block screws just barely and same thing, didn't completely fix it. I have no idea why it is still touching, I can run a dollar bill up no problem until the last 2" of the fore end. My worry is the extra pressure up front will cause unnecessary flex and hurt accuracy. Do I just hog it out to an inch? Does anyone else have experience with these particular barrels? I'm about to just order a hogue stock and call it a day.