Newer member here and new to bolt guns. I’ve had numerous gas guns with scopes and no issues with quality mounts. Knowing this, when I was assembling parts for my long range rig (Bergara HMR 6.5CM, Vortex PST GenII 5-25x, Seekins 20moa rail and Seekins medium rings), I made sure to go with what I thought was a quality mounting setup. During initial break-in (50rds per manual), I noticed POI shifting. Upon further inspection, I noticed my scope had slid back about .125” in the mount. I used a Fat Wrench to torque the caps to 20 in/lbs, rings to 55 in/lbs, and rail to 20 in/lbs initially, all with clean/dry threads and blue loctite. Upon return from the range, I re-set the scope in the rings and torqued them to 25 in/lbs and rezeroed. I ran the rifle in a 100rd +/- match a couple weeks ago, and noticed when I got home that the scope had, again, slid back. I was under the impression that with quality rings/rail, I shouldn’t have to lap them, and I don’t have a kit to do it. Should I have the rings lapped or is there something else going on? Like I posted before, I haven’t had this issue with several ADM mounts on ARs over the years.