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In the process of some exchanges to get a pistol grip on my GG I ended up with stocks of two different woods that no matter how I staind and finished them, they just wouldn't match. So after some scouting around I picked up a can of spray on bed liner and some green paint. As a Marine that comes from an entire family of Marines.....I am quite fond of the Olive Drab. Couldnt find that exact color, but this was close enough.
Up next will be an exchange with Muleman for a custom loop lever and a new recoil pad. Would have liked to had checkering on both stocks, but this will do for now.
http://i1097.photobucket.com/albums/g342/scottleverle/DSCN2508-1.jpg
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http://i1097.photobucket.com/albums/g342/scottleverle/DSCN2509.jpg
 

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Looks fine to me!
 

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Yep, looks good!
 

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I used bedliner on my 870 slug gun years ago. It is tuff as nails. No chips, dings, or scratches after dragging it through miles and miles of Florida swamps after hogs.

I think you will be happy with it.
 

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Good job. I like it it's different.
 

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Ya that looks great and have been toying with this myself. Time will tell.
 
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