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Soft Wood, Stock and Forearm Easily Damage

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Steve W, May 29, 2011.

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  1. Steve W

    Steve W Well-Known Member

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    I think it's the finish that's getting scratches and dents. If it's really dent in the wood, it can be raised with steam, it's only a matter of worth the labor or not, new 391 wood can be bought from Beretta relatively inexpensive.

    You have a good shotgun, that's meant to be enjoyed, too much efforts in preserving the stock will take away lots of your enjoyments.
     
  2. hrosik123

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    Steve is right. Beautiful wood looks great but a shotgun is a tool. When I buy a new hammer its looks awsm but I have to remember in order for it to make me money I have to swing it. I can't refinish a hammer but I can my stock and fore end. If you think of it that way then youll have a great time. Good luck Chuck Hrosik
     
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