Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by kmw1954, Nov 22, 2021.
Carefully color the white line with a white marker. Or, turn it another color.
Brownell's Gunsmith Hacks had a few tricks a few decades back, but I'd suggest:
- clean as much out as possible, without using a solvent (like acetone) that will mobilize the rosewood oil (if present).
- penetrate and seal the holly pores well, then sand past the contamination, but not past the sealer.
Else fails, call the Maker. You see not the first to have this problem.
Be very careful with acetone around any plastic or clear finish...
It worked! Now I can move on.
I made a striped bowl once out of ash and walnut. I call it peppered ash.
The Richards MF stock i have has the maple spacers too but they are not white so I didnt think of that. They are a creamy color on mine.
My Stevens 94 has wood stain on the barrel. Think from previous owner staining the for grip it with still attached don't have any idea why he'd of done that sits it's snap on, no screw to pull out comes right off.what would take that off the metal and not screw up the blueing?
Laquer thinner will probably work.
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