Please no bashing on this. I just have a simple question as I am not a gunsmith and would like to figure out what's happened to know where to go from here. I have a friend that got a Remington chambered on one of the (trued) Ptg actions with one piece bolt they sale. We measured the gap between the bolt handle and back of action (primary extraction) before sending it off and it measured .010 and was making good contact with the ramp on the back of the action upon extracting a case. After getting it back the gap now measures .026. The smith said he had to take a little extra off the lugs and abutments to get enough clearance for the handle because it was wanting to bind on the back of the action. However now that the barrel is on, there is no forward and backward movement of the handle when it's down in battery like it should be if there was adequate bolt nose recess clearance. Is it possible that he had the bolt nose too tight with the back of the barrel and cut extra off the action lugs and bolt lugs to get "clearance" and now my friend is left with little to no primary extraction and a bolt nose that is possible touching the back of the barrel? Again, not trying to bash anybody, this seems like what has happened and the only plausible explanation I can come up with.