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    Deadeye
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    You said you scratched it while you were hunting ?
    I know the first one hurts , but I have never seen a hunting rifle without a few scratches and dings.
    The next one won't hurt so bad.
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    Bought a brand new Remington 700 BDL Custom Deluxe in 7mm Magnum. 1st trip in the woods on my way to my stand I stepped on a couple round rocks that rolled on me, I hit the ground, kept the gun in hand, but scared the stock pretty good on one of the smaller rocks beside me.

    Been there.

    DR
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    Dents can be steamed out but barbed wire is almost like a cut, a picture would be a great help. Their are ways to go about this to repair or hide it. Gar.
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    You can take a warm wet cloth and press against the wood which will swell the wood somewhat and help.
    Then Ballistol to finish after it dries.
    "The further a society drifts from truth, the more it will hate those who speak it."
    George Orwell

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    Minor scratches often evoke fond memories and/or learning moments..

    AC


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