|Forum topic by HorizontalMike||posted 117 days ago||542 views||0 times favorited||24 replies|
117 days ago
My favorite rifle, a 1947 Remington Model #121A FIELDMASTER with a Weaver 2.5x B60, needs just a touch of TLC. I got this from my father back in the late 1950s (he bought it new), and shot/hunted with this up through he early 1970s. I still remember “scratching” the stock while hunting at the ripe old age of 15. Today’s post is regarding that and a newly discovered, but old water spot on the stock.
This rifle has been very well taken care of and has actually been in storage for nearly 40 years. I am NOT interested in doing a complete “refinish” at this time, but am very interested in doing the best “restoration” of the existing finish possible.
BELOW are some of the issues:
First the Glory Shot—V 8^)
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