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Thread: Remington 700 Mountain Rifle stock refinish

  1. #21
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    That came out great! Nice work, that really is a beautiful piece of wood.

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    Damn! Looks amazing and that’s is some meticulous work to get there.
    Leave my rifle, my fishing pole, my traps, and leave me be.

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    The 700 mountain rifle is my favorite rifle of all time. I’ve hunted with one in 7mm-08 since I was 13. My dad has one in .260. I’m looking for a .270,.280 and 30-06 to complete a set. Other calibers were offered but those are my favorite. They are getting pretty hard to find and very expensive. Yours is beautiful. Hang onto it. .280 is a rare caliber in the mountain rifle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandling View Post
    The 700 mountain rifle is my favorite rifle of all time. I’ve hunted with one in 7mm-08 since I was 13. My dad has one in .260. I’m looking for a .270,.280 and 30-06 to complete a set. Other calibers were offered but those are my favorite. They are getting pretty hard to find and very expensive. Yours is beautiful. Hang onto it. .280 is a rare caliber in the mountain rifle.
    Thanks, it’s definitely going to be passed down to my son someday! I only get to use it for a week in NY every year. I want to get it some more use!
    My people call me "Stands on Logging Roads."

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    No rest for the wicked....on to the next one! My 20ga slugger, Browning BPS.

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    Nice work Dan.
    I've already told you more than I know.

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    Nice looking gun in a great caliber

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    Missed this originally...came out great. I’ve always loved the grain in that stock and looks even better now
    That's how you do it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Bro. View Post
    Missed this originally...came out great. I’ve always loved the grain in that stock and looks even better now
    Thanks, DLuke did a really great job! I was a little hesitant at first when he suggested it, I have kinda liked a little “patina” to a gun. After a really terrible whiff on a really good buck in NY this past season, I figured it was as good a time as any to have Dan refinish it. After seeing the results, I realize that “patina” was just a nice way of saying the stock was starting to look like crap!
    My people call me "Stands on Logging Roads."

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