Thread: Glossy wood
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Old February 11, 2020, 12:47 PM   #16
SGW Gunsmith
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I have customers who also like a nice, hard, shiny finish, especially on trap & skeet shotguns. To get that type of finish I spray the stock with a lacquer and rotate the stock in my spray booth using a rotisserie set-up. With that sort of finish, the finish will take any of the bumps or scratches, and those are then easily repaired with extra fine emery paper and a rubber backing block, without any steel wool slivers becoming captured in the finish. I save the #0000 steel wool for "rust bluing" jobs.
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