I was dialing in my Savage with low rings and a Nikon p22 when i noticed a cheek weld is not possible. Anyone have this issue? How did you resolve it? After searching possible options I remembered I had a CAA cheek riser that would attach to a rail. It's not Friday but you how we do....dug around my parts bins and found a stock M4 forearm with a rail bolted on. After I removed it I realized the riser, CAA (mako) I think...anyway it has a rail groove but it also has some un needed plastic that would not allow it to slide on. So I found an old butter knife and a torch, done. I didn't even use a drill bit for the holes. Torched a bolt and melted it on through the stock. Had to toss a few washers to bring the rail away from the stock and boom, I think I'm good. God dam it feels good when a plan comes together. Another notch on my home gunsmith belt. Should have a few pictures in a sec. Sure I could have bought a new stock or something but I already have a Harris bipod, the P22 scope and a tacticool brake on her, about the price of the rifle already lol. I'll be dammed if I will build another 22 with accessories that total MORE than the rifle, like my Beretta ARX with tango down bipod,P22 scope, offset irons, and more I'm sure mehhh. Know what I'm saying? If you feel me knocking let me in. OK rant over.