need a little advice. my lyman .54 plains pistol came in on Monday. I took her shooting that day. starting with 30 gr pyrodex p she shot great! I worked up to 50 gr pyro p. at 25 yards from a rested bench I shot around 1 inch for 3 shots. went to 50 was able to keep all shots into 3 inch group. I was pleased. so today ive been reading about broken stocks. so I read on the kit gun instructions that I should grind a bit off the bolster. . the gun was solid no wiggle before my filing.when I finished I had a slight gap between lock and bolster. I put my key into stock and it wiggled a lot. so turned key over and put a slight bend it went in and tightened the barrel up. I have really strong hands so I put the stock in my hand and grab the barrel. I twisted and discovered a slight wiggle. I really have to put strength in it to wiggle. my questions are if I leave it as is will it affect accuracy? or do I add a slight smidge of jb weld on bolster or the lock plate that bolster to take the last bit of slack I should have just left it the way it was?