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OUCH!!!! sorry for the mishap. you might be able to but some wood glue in the crack and find a furniture clamp to let it set, buff it out and maybe refinish. use a small syringe and needle to try and inject the glue deep in the crack, might have to add a little water to thin the glue to get through the needle. I hope there are some other suggestions but that is what I would consider first. you can always get a replacement butt pad. good luck on this beauty!!!
 

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Finzwake:

you are doing a great job, your patience in this process is working and the wood of the stock is really nice, can't wait to see the finished product. I would try and fill the chip with some sawdust or some of the dust from your sanding the stock, mix with a little wood glue and set in place. it might work out nice and eliminate the use of epoxy.
 
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