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I'm still trying to decide if I want to have my trade-in refinished...
The wood was refinished by a good friend of mine who has a passion for it. It exceeded my expectations. This one was made in 1970.
Owner, TonyBen, LLC, Type-01 FFL
www.tonybenm14.com (Site under construction).
Idea. Don't they make appliance spraypaint? Black for ovens, so heat resistant, might be an option...
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the room together.
Wilson combat Charges very reasonable prices to rebuild 870 shotgun’s. They rebuild it completely, refinish it, convert to Flexi tab if needed, Replace all the springs,install a big head safety, and put a new stock on it if you want for only $230. They can even install ghost ring or night sites or whatever other sights you want. It’s the best deal in the business in my opinion. And this is coming from a former 870 armorer.
Often times a very small man can cast a very large shadow
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Tony, unless there’s some big patches of rust or pitting that aren’t evident in that pic, I think that personally, I’d be inclined to leave it as-is were it mine. Honestly, it looks great, man! Your friend did a stellar job with the furniture.
This thread hung around long enough to catch me up in it too.
Sooo are we refinishing? Or letting the patina stand?
I have a plated marine magnum I want to paint.... but those need little if any
Support other than a spec of oil here and there. (Mine stays on land..!)
Inquiring minds here!!
Tony nice shot gun. That’s, “perfect in every way!”
It’s just sitting in a closet coated in clp.
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