I recently got a stock Ruger 10/22, and an Uncle Mike's quick detach sling swivel kit for a generic rifle, since I wanted to keep the rifle-band available for other attachments, like a flashlight, pointer, etc.
I followed the directions with the sole exception of counter-sinking to sink the screw below the barrel channel in the forward end of the stock, since there is already a hollowed out space below the barrel channel. The attachment points used wood screw for the butt, and machine screw for the forward stock. Both holes were tight, and I even had to rotate the forward machine screw to get it through the forward hole. I used E600 for the butt end, and metal loctite for the machine screw in the forward end. I only had about 8 hours for each to cure before first use.
At the beginning, both held up solid as I could imagine, but now both have started to come a bit loose. The rear one rotated out far enough to see some of the threads, and the forward swivel attachment point is rotating back and forth loosely. I think the epoxy and loctite have come loose.
Any advice on what to do to fix this issue?