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Unread 04-25-2019, 02:21 PM   #1
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Was curious to see if there were any tips or tricks that could be used to cover up this blend? For some reason a square section was removed and repaired Im hoping to blend in the repair.
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Trevellion,in Shotgun Technica discusses a butt transplant involving the stock from the checkering back using a tennon machined at the grip and fitted to the butt piece transplant. Checkering is slightly extended to cover the glue line.
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A butt transplant would be overkill for this repair. A talented wood person should be able to remove the repair and start over with better joining.
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Mark Larson is the guy to go for this kind of blending/finishing. Mark is a true artist that can make the repair on your gun almost invisible.

https://www.marklarsongunart.com/
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That’s true. I’ve seen Mark’s work and it is amazing.





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i believe rick is wanting tips to where he fixes it him self....i have no answers myself....charlie
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Mark Larson is the guy to go for this kind of blending/finishing. Mark is a true artist that can make the repair on your gun almost invisible.

https://www.marklarsongunart.com/
This gun has a 3 extension done by Mark Larson
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