I have a Sako M995 in .338 WM. The stock cracked right at the wrist section. It was not a deep crack, and since Sako was not much help (denying any problem with the stock, though this model does this frequently, I found) I decided to just fix it and be done. So I spent about 2 hours with a utility knife, a drill and some acra-glass, and fixed my cracked stock. I opened up the crack line, and under cut the edges, for holding power, as well as drilling small "pillar holes" at angles from the crack. I then created a cross cut, approx. the same width and depth, and laid a piece of SS rod into it. I then took my hand drill and a bit slightly larger than my rod, and drillled two angled holes, from in front of the crack back into the wrist area, I will push a piece of rod into each one. I then sanded the finish off the stock in the area I wanted the acra-glass to adhere. I mixed my acra-glass, filled my drilled holes with it, then pushed my SS pins into the holes till they were below flush. I then finished the fix with the acra-glass, continually keeping the stuff where I wanted it, till it started to set up. Done some sanding on it, and am going to do a custom (read home done) camo paint job on it, to cover the patch. Here is the pictorial. The crack is a bit hard to see, but goes across the wrist. Prep work all done. Acra-glass is setting up nicely and will be sanded down after curing for 24 hours.