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Small wear & tear is no issue with me, but when it gets to be an eyesore over time or a deep ding whizzes you off every time you see it (it happens), steaming out deeper scratches & dings is easy with an iron & a wet cotton cloth. Touch up afterwards with very mild abrasive (steel wool) & spot treat with linseed oil or an appropriate stain. This works with oil finished stocks, not bowling pin finishes, which I don't own anyway. A Brownells checkering kit makes touching up checkering a breeze. Gunstock Wax does a good job of protecting it & making it glow. A good analogy is would you rather have a Plain Jane but functional girlfriend with zero maintenance or a Gorgeous one you have to treat better & give some TLC now & then???
Thank you...Get in some real Ruff stuff hunting..
Gonna Get Dings...
Thanks.
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Please accept my Apologies Sir....
It has been Brought to my Attention that I have lied and Cheated.. Because I have..
At This Time wood like to resign my position
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Sincerely... Jackie53.
 
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