Tikka Roughtech Torque settings

I have ordered the MCarbo trigger spring for the Tikka T3 Roughtech. Does anyone know the proper torque setting for this stock?
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Maybe this will help:

BARRELED RECEIVER
Remove the barreled receiver from the stock as follows (fig. 19) (except T3x TACT A1):

  1. Make sure that the rifle is not loaded with ammunition.
  2. Remove the bolt and the magazine (fig. 8 & 9).
  3. Remove the two receiver fastening screws (A) using a Torx driver.
  4. Remove the trigger guard by pulling it downwards.
  5. Carefully pull the barreled receiver upwards out of the rifle.
    Installation is carried out in reverse order. Tighten the receiver screws to a torque of 7 Nm (62 in-lbs) in metallic
    trigger guards and max. 5 Nm (44 in-lbs) in plastic trigger guards. Make sure to put metallic recoil block (B) in place
    into stock and pull barreled receiver backwards before tightening the receiver screws in order to remove the slack
    from the recoil lug.
    T3x TACT A1
    Remove the barreled receiver from the lower receiver as follows (fig. 20):
  6. Remove the fore-end as instructed previously.
  7. Remove the attachment screws (A) and (B) and then remove fore-end fastener (C) out of the upper receiver.
  8. Remove the two receiver fastening screws (D) using a 5 mm Allen key.
  9. Carefully pull the barreled receiver upwards out of the lower receiver.
    Installation is carried out in reverse order. In order to ensure correct operation, assemble the lower receiver before
    attaching the fore-end fastener. Ensure the barreled receiver will be centered in relation to the stock. Tighten the
    receiver screws to a torque of 7 Nm (62 in-lb). Make sure to put metallic recoil block in place into the lower receiver
    and pull barreled receiver backwards before tightening the receiver screws in order to remove the slack from the
    recoil lug.

Page 13 of the Tikka Instruction Manual

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Thanks
I traded for this rifle and did not have the manual. Yes, that shows 62 Inch pounds for both screws and the tip about pulling the receiver backwards helps too. Good stuff, thanks

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Glad to help.:+1:

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