I have been pondering taking one of my 35's and cutting her down to a 16.5" barrel and putting the 336D in the safe to keep it "fresh" Have been running searches and scouring ebay, midway and brownell's for a crowning tool that will cut the crown back to factory. All I seem to come up with is the 11/79 degree "target crown" tools. would this be sufficient to use as a crown for a "woods" gun or do I need to consider something different. I know that I have to true up the face prior to the recrown to ensure the precise crown and will order the facing tool for that but what should I do as for the crown. Someong in the past (MarlinTalk) recrowned with the ball out of a computer mouse and lapping compound. Is this accurate enough? I would love to have one of those 336SS in the 35 but all the shops I go to they look at me like I have 2 heads, "never heard of the thing" or "Marlin does not make that model" PinHeads! Any help would be greatly appreciated.