10. Remove action from stock. Do not pound on screws or action if it doesn't want to come undone. Freeze it and it will "pop" out.
11. Tape the recoil lug on sides, front and bottom with three layers of masking tape. Leave the rear of lug bare.
12. Hog out areas of wood (1/4") around pillar tops, recoil lug area. Drill 3/16" holes in stock where bedding will be about 1/8" deep.
13. With stock in vise set action in stock and make sure once again that action sets correctly in stock.
14. Mix and pour epoxy into hogged out areas. Set barrelled action into stock (still with headless guard screws and a lot of release agent). Squeeze out and wipe off excess epoxy. Taping outside of stock helps a lot here.
15. Let set-up. Do not hurry. You may need to put bedding compound on the bottom of pillars if the floor plate doesn't contact the pillars.
16. The next step is to drill out the pillars with a 17/64" drill. This is so the screws do not contact the sides of the pillars.
17. You are done. The idea is to let the rifle set up without any pressure that will bend or stress the action.