Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Appalachiannative, Nov 14, 2022.
Thinking about putting a nicer stain on there too
Sometimes, someone would grow up with the same rifle from childhood, and need the stock lengthened. I'd say you did a good job, for someone who's not a wood worker.
It's that a Brazilian 410?
That's a functional fix. It's definitely a candidate for a little stripeaze and a redo.
Brazilian. .410? Never seen one. It's a Stevens 9478 20 gauge
I see when I was a child. My Dad had one that looked like that. But it was made in Brazil. I liked a mess of squirrels and rabbits with it.
I like single shot shotguns and rifles.
Wait now that I think about it I have seen a single shot that came with a .243 barrel and a 20 gauge barrel. Sold under the name BrazTech manufactured in Brazil by Taurus
Not hard at all but it would cost well over $100 and this gun isn't even worth $200. This was kind of a practice job to build up my skill set
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