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Wife’s Dang Dog

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So the Wife’s dog got ahold of my A400 Multitarget.Any recommendations on how to handle? I have Gun and Trophy insurance but doubt it’s worth filing a claim. Other option is to deal with the scratches on the stock and just try to replace the comb. Anyone know where I can find just a comb? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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So the Wife’s dog got ahold of my A400 Multitarget.Any recommendations on how to handle? I have Gun and Trophy insurance but doubt it’s worth filing a claim. Other option is to deal with the scratches on the stock and just try to replace the comb. Anyone know where I can find just a comb? Any help is greatly appreciated.
I’ve done just enough stock refinishing to give me a bit of confidence. This looks like real wood. A little sanding and a little oil should make it good as new. And then shoot the dog🤣. Ok not really.
 

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You might try the wet towel and steam iron to raise the wood grain, Also take the comb to a good paint store and ask them to computer match the stain color of the wood. If the wood swells, let it dry and 1000 wet sand it , slowly. when dry use a cotton rag with a little stain to try a match. You could use it on the inside of the comb as a test. Good luck. I have the same gun and it looks and feels like real wood.
 

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Some 80 and 120 grit sand paper, smooth it out and rub some Howards Feed n Wax into the wood and call it a day. You don't use the rear of the comb, it adds character. Go on line and get on Chewy.com and get the dog some new chew toys!
 
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