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  • axes4life commented on redbadger132's instructable Refinishing A Gun Stock7 months ago
    Refinishing A Gun Stock

    First of all, that is one beautifully figured stock! Those spots where there doesnt appear to be any finish are areas of the wood that are dryer or have more compressed wood fibers than other areas of the stock. Don`t be alarmed! This just means that you can apply a little extra oil in that area. The old timers rule for oiling is one coat per hour for a day, one coat a day for a week, one coat a week for a month, one coat a month for a year, and then one coat a year forever...

    First of all, that is one beautifully figured stock! Those spots where there doesnt appear to be any finish are areas of the wood that are dryer or have more compressed wood fibers than other areas of the stock. Don`t be alarmed! This just means that you can apply a little extra oil in that area. The old timers rule for oiling is one coat per hour for a day, one coat a day for a week, one coat a week for a month, one coat a month for a year, and then one coat a year forever...

    First of all, that is one beautifully figured stock! Those spots where there doesnt appear to be any finish are areas of the wood that are dryer or have more compressed wood fibers than other areas of the stock. Don`t be alarmed! This just means that you can apply a little extra oil in that area. The old timers rule for oiling is one coat per hour for a day, one coat a day for a week, one coat a week for a month, one coat a month for a year, and then one coat a year forever...

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