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Not at all. its part of a far more complex set of mods for competition shooting.
Let me see if I can find the info.
OK.
Normal bedding (what you want/need)


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Custom match bedding (part of it at least) which I don't think you need: There are also lots of stock mods (not shown) needed to use this system.

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Got it. I’ll work on getting a screw here. In the mean time, is it alright to reassemble the rifle while I wait? Silly question, just making sure I’m not missing something I’m not seeing. 
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I think you have the screw & washer (the one with the mystery bit on it). All you really need is the pillar & some hand fitting.
You could lightly reassemble using that minus the "pad thingy" for now just don't really snug it up tight without the pillar fitted.
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If you are new to Lee Enfields and also wanting to work on the rifle; I would suggest you read up on the articles written by Captain Peter Laidler. Retired British Army armourer.
All of his articles are available to be found on the "Milsurps" forum. They can be downloaded in PDF format free of charge.
Also there is a book by Roger Wadham; Accurising "The 2012 Complete Book on Lee Enfield Accurizing". It cover's standard and target rifle set up. It's a useful book.

These will help you if there's no local Armourer with experience in these rifles.
I have used a combination of these sources to learn these rifles. 

You are lucky that your rifle is a No4Mk2; because the trigger is suspended from the receiver.
So fitting the spacer is quite straight forward; it's just a matter of working out the correct length to give the correct "crush" on the fore end. 
On a No4Mk1, the trigger is suspended on the trigger guard. The length of the spacer can affect the trigger pull off. 
There are lot's of interesting stuff to learn; so welcome to the club!


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Thanks, Zed. I can wait on that part too so just PM me when you’re back in range and I’ll get you an address. Thanks again for the help, guys. Sounds like I’ve got quite a bit more reading to do! I’ll post updates as they come 🤙
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