. . . anyone fail to recognize when the bottom metal of a Sako has been as grossly mis-assembled as this on, a rifle currently offered on Gunbroker? People take the rifle out of the stock, then fail to get the magazine box properly seated in the receiver, after which they insist on putting "gorilla" effort into cinching down the action screws resulting in badly bowing the bottom metal. There should be prison time for anyone who will do this.