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Old January 20, 2020, 11:30 AM   #8
jag2
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Thanks for all the replies. To 10-96, I do like good function but in this case form is more important. I have a display featuring four 1892 Wins, all over 100 years old. This one is kind of the stinker, the others are in great condition so I would like it to look more "original" to match the others. This particular rifle was one of the earlier purchases and since then I have kind of raised my standards but it is still a nice gun and was at a good price. One thought has popped up, I think I will remove the stock and take it to a woodworking shop I've been to before and see what they suggest.
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