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REFINISHING STOCKS

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by KK, Mar 5, 2011.

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  1. KK

    KK TS Member

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    I SHOOT A BERETTA 687EELL AND THE STOCK NEED REFISHED. I WOULD APPRECIATE ANY RECOMMENDATIONS ON WHO I SHOULD HAVE DO THE WORK. I WANT A NICE JOB BUT I DON'T WANT TO DUMP A FORTUNE INTO THE PROJECT. THANKS KK
     
  2. Chango2

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    J.S. Aircushion, Azusa, California. I am sure there are others that are also outstanding..
     
  3. AveragEd

    AveragEd Well-Known Member

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    Paul Altland, Timberland Stock Shop, Hanover, PA (717) 637-4978. Paul has done dozens of Berettas since they went to their matte oil finish - his work is super and his charge usually runs about $160.

    Here's one he did for me.

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    Ed
     
  4. esetter

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    Dave Wolf in Waco TX is the best I have seen or used. He is not cheap but his turn around time is unbelieveable and the work is top notch. His specialty is making cracks disappear and he can certainly do that.
     
  5. Kooz25

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    Dennis DeVault, we have all seen his work on this site.

    Kooz
     
  6. Stl Flyn

    Stl Flyn Well-Known Member

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    Here is a stock I just finished. Actually, the receiver and all was redone, not the barrel. TM-4. Jon
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  7. Kooz25

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    Looks great Jon, what type of finish did you use for the nice high gloss?

    Kooz
     
  8. Stl Flyn

    Stl Flyn Well-Known Member

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    There was 20 coats of Tru-oil sprayed on, every 24 hours. Then let dry for a week. Then wet sanded, and buffed with headlight lens cleaner. Then applied some high priced liquid car wax. The father inlaws request was for "shiny". I think he will like it. Jon
     
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