Buy it, and make it awesome. Or just buy a Mossberg 590 retrograde and be done.
I bought 3 wing masters like that once. 2 were 1960’s vintage 18” police models that had and still have never been fired. The third had been refinished but it was done beautifully. It has an 18” barrel and is a Magnum Wingmaster.
I got all three for 750 total.
I like the Remington 870 bayonet lugs, missed my chance a while ago when the Ohio NG 870s with bayonet lugs were sold off.
Back in 2018 I bought a vintage M1200 bayonet lug/heat shield, and then found an inexpensive, well-used 1972 WRA 1200 in Riot gun configuration. Made a Vietnam era M1200 trench gun out of those parts, along with the M1917 bayonet that I had bought years ago.
It’s everything it’s claimed to be. Only thing I hate about it is it has a very short life once opened. It’ll be useable for about 2 weeks once opened if kept in a refrigerator. Heat it up in warm water for use. I get about 1 week when kept at room temperature.Some beautiful wood on their site......big names use their product.
Ya need at least 1 in 12 ga and 1 in 20 ga. I like to put a youth stock on the 20's. That way, small folks can comfortably shoot em.
The half ounce bottle is the way to go for a single stock. It'll actually do a couple of stocks, but since you're only doing one...They sell it what looks like single project sizes.
I'd have to convince myself to make a good looking fancy piece of wood like that.
Citristrip, a plastic scraper, and stiff bristle (not metal) brush will take it down to bare wood. You can also scrub it with a 3M finishing pad. I use the blue heavy duty stripping pads at first to remove any stubborn stuff that the scraper couldn't get to. Then I use the white final finish pads in between coats of oil. Use the 3M as the no name stuff will bleed color and fray off.
It doesn't look like polyurethane, or polyester. Looks like it would strip, easily. I sure like oil finished walnut.
I doesn't look like polyurethane, or polyester. Looks like it would strip, easily. I sure like oil finished walnut.
Easy touch-up, too.The thing I like about oil finish is it can only get better with time.
A hard finish can only degrade usually.
Linseed more so than Tung will change color, use areas change color, further coats are easy and they build character.
You dont get the depth of hard finishes but there is a warmth that the shiny finishes cant give.
@Random Guy s shotgun with the red tone is fantastic.
Here you go. It takes interchangeable chokes too.
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