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    Quote Originally Posted by deadwood83 View Post
    this particular stock is nearly split right up the middle with sapwood and heartwood
    I fitted a brand new Minelli stock on a 1903a1 I've been building, and I found the same thing, although more extreme, under their stain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssgross View Post
    I fitted a brand new Minelli stock on a 1903a1 I've been building, and I found the same thing, although more extreme, under their stain.
    Wow! That's gotta be wild.

    So in an effort to vaslidate this finish recipe, and after applying the 2nd coat, I glanced at the handguard and remembered it had a spot of bare wood in a small gouge....

    a spot of bare wood surrounded by original Swissicon finish.



    Dab, rub rub rub until the glove is dry, buff with paper towel and....





    I like it.

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